Exhibits at the Norwalk Historical Society Museum
Eating Off The Landscape: The Farrington-Lockwood Dessert Service
Curated by Elizabeth Pratt Fox • Design by Scott Kuykendall
This exhibit highlights the exquisite French porcelain dessert service (1873) from the Farrington-Lockwood collection. Twenty-one pieces were selected, each hand-painted with English scenes and famous buildings including St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London and Windsor Castle.
Discover its history and test your knowledge as you play, “Can You Find Me?,” where you will be given a hint about the building and asked to find the plate.
Take home a recipe card for “Old Fashioned Pound Cake”!
The Norwalk Historical Society Museum is located at 141 East Avenue, Norwalk, and is open Wednesday-Saturday, Noon-4pm, and during special events and by appointment for Self-Guided Tours. Enter from Norwalk City Hall parking area. The Museum is in the red brick house with blue double front doors.
For more information on how to book a self-guided tour, please visit the NHS Event Calendar page.