Highland Fling Scotch Tasting at Mill Hill

by admin on August 16, 2014


Highland Fling Scotch Tasting at Mill Hill

Thursday, September 14, 2017




Experience the Scottish Highlands at the Norwalk Historical Society’s Scotch Tasting Fundraiser.

Gregg Glaser, a spirits and beer connoisseur and publisher/editor of Modern Distillery Age, will lead the tasting. Learn how Scotland’s national drink is made, what the different styles are and the history behind this celebrated beverage.  A curated variety of six to seven styles of Scotch whiskey will be sampled.

Hearty appetizers provided by O’Neill’s Pub & Restaurant, Winfield Street Italian Deli and other local eateries.

Net proceeds will benefit the Norwalk Historical Society’s education programs and exhibitions.

Purchase Tickets Online

$45.00 per person until September 11, 2017; $50.00 per person after and at the door.

Must be 21 or over. IDs checked at the door.

Thank you to our sponsors!


Mill Hill Historic Park

2 East Wall Street

Norwalk, CT

Located near the historic Norwalk Green

Follow signs for parking


Norwalk Historical Society Museum

141 East Avenue
Norwalk, CT
Front entrance accessible only from the Norwalk City Hall parking area at 125 East Avenue, Norwalk, CT
The Museum is in the red brick house with double blue front doors, next to the Norwalk Health Department

Museum Hours

Wednesday – Saturday, Noon – 4:00pm. Closed on holidays and special events.


Adults: $5, Seniors (age 65+): $3, Student (ages 6-22) – $3, Child under 5 y ears old – Free!

Gift Shop

Visit the Museum Gift Shop for one-of-a kind hand crafted items by Connecticut artists,

Norwalk Historical Society themed items, books, vintage children’s toys & games

Current Exhibits

* Norwalk Collects: Celebrating Four Historic Collections, curated by Elizabeth Pratt Fox
* Norwalk: Portrait of Diversity,  photography by Tony Velez
* Eating off the Landscape: The Farrington-Lockwood Dessert Service, curated by Elizabeth Pratt Fox
* Self and the World: Experiencing 19th-Century Photography in Norwalk, curated by Elizabeth Avery and graphic designs by Scott Kuykendall

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