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We invite you to celebrate Norwalk’s rich history which is brought to life through our educational programs and exhibitions. Your tax-deductible contribution will help preserve these valuable resources that educate and unite our community.

Visit: Mill Hill Historic Park (2 East Wall Street), which contains a 1835 Town House (Meeting House), 1826 one-room school house (aka Little Red Schoolhouse), c.1740 Governor Thomas Fitch Law Office, Colonial Herb Garden and the Mill Hill cemetery (3rd oldest in Norwalk).

Visit: The Norwalk Historical Society Museum (141 East Avenue) located on the campus of Norwalk City Hall (125 East Avenue) in a  beautiful Colonial Revival style house (1973).  Built through the generous donations from the families of  Manice deForest Lockwood and his cousin Julia Belden Lockwood estates.

As a member of the Norwalk Historical Society, you will receive invitations to special events, exhibition previews, as well as discounts on items from our gift shop.

Norwalk Historical Society Membership Contribution Levels:

  • Individual – $35
  • Family – $60
  • Supporting – $75
  • Patron – $150
  • Benefactor – $300

To join or renew download a membership form.

 

Sharing… the stories of our past:

“How well I remember the flood. We were forced out of our house and the only thing left when it was all over was one dam. When I think of all the terrible things that have happened all over the world, I realize how lucky we were to get through it and rebuild.

—Sue Sulla on the Norwalk Flood