Discover Local History
THE HENRY WHITFIELD STATE MUSEUM
Travel back in history in nearby Guilford
Since 1899, the Henry Whitfield Sate Museum has been owned and operated by the State of Connecticut. Restored by noted architects Norman Isham and J. Frederick Kelly in the early 1900s, the house is an important example of Colonial Revival restoration work. For over 115 years, visitors from around the world have explored this unique site and learned not only the history of the Henry Whitfield House but the story of the English settlement of Connecticut and the coming together of the European and Native American cultures.
DATE: Wednesday, July 18, 2:15 PM
MEMBER COST: $6 payable at the museum that day.
Please Sign up at the front desk. Meet in the lobby (2:15pm) and we can carpool over or you can drive yourself (meet there at 2:30pm).