Welcome to the Wilton Historical Society, located in Wilton, Connecticut. Established in 1938, the Society is dedicated to preserving the history and character of Wilton, with an exciting schedule of exhibitions, programs, and preservation that draws visitors from throughout New England and New York.
The Society's preservation of 17 historic buildings, its programs and exhibitions, and permanent collections, make us a special destination. Please browse our Web site to learn more about our mission and our activities.
The Holiday Trunk Show- Sunday, November 17, 3pm-6pm
JFK, 50 Years Later: John Reznikoff and Bob Russell Lecture- Thursday, November 21, 6pm-7pm
- The Great Train Show GRAND OPENING featuring Tom Hanford- Saturday, November 30, 10am-4pm
The Great Train Show- Saturday November 30-Monday, January 20, Wed.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. 12pm-4pm
Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol (Wilton High School Clune Auditorium)- Sunday, December 1, 1pm and 6pm
Holiday Dinner, The Schoolhouse Restaurant at Cannondale- Wednesday, December 4, 6pm
Winter Wonderland Festival- Silhouettes and Trains!- Saturday, December 7, 12pm-4pm
Santa Visits The Great Train Show- Saturday, December 14, 12pm-4pm
For more information visit our programs page