Upcoming Events and Exhibits

by admin on April 7, 2014

Visit Us at Mill Hill Historic Park – 2 East Wall Street, Norwalk, CT

The 1835 Town House, 1826 Schoolhouse,  and c.1740 Governor Fitch Law Office are open to the public during seasonal hours.

Museum Hours

June 1 – December 31, 2014

Sundays: 1-4pm, Closed: 5/25, 8/31, 10/26, 11/30

By Appointment

Museum Admission

General Admission (12 years old+): $5, Seniors (65 years old+): $3

Child (3-11 years old): $3, Child under 3 years old: Free

2014 Little Red Schoolhouse Program

April 21 – June 13, 2014

Bring your group to Mill Hill Historic Park or have us travel to you!

Program registration is OPEN!

Dates fill up quickly, register your group today!


DiverseCity Juried Art Exhibit

DiverseCity Call for Entries





DiverseCity Prospectus
Online Entry Fee Payments HERE
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In partnership with the Norwalk Public Library

For the Sake of the Country: Female Spies in the Civil War

Guest Speaker and Author:  Matthew Bartlett

A fascinating presentation about four incredible women who risked all for their country during the Civil War!

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Norwalk Public Library  – Main Auditorium
1 Belden Avenue

Admission: Free

Information and registration:

Cynde Bloom Lahey – clahey@norwalkpubliclibrary.org,  203-899-2780 x-11533


DiverseCity Exhibit










Past Exhibition

A collaborative series of exhibits and events celebrating the art of the quilt from May 13-November 16, 2011

Norwalk Quilt Trail-News and Events

Norwalk Quilt Trail Exhibit Map

Norwalk Quilt Trail Gallery

Norwalk Quilt Trail Documentary

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Norwalk Riverside Cemetery Civil War Soldier Monument


Help Us Restore “Chester”…

…Back to his Pedestal

All donations to the restoration project are greatly appreciated. Please make check payable to: “Norwalk Historical Society” in memo section specify “Civil War Statue”.  Mail to: P.O. Box 1640, Norwalk, CT  06852

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One hundred fifty years ago, in the summer of 1862, President Lincoln faced the specter of defeat. When Lincoln called for volunteers, a thousand men from Fairfield County enlisted in the 17th Connecticut to save the Union.

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