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We look forward to seeing you!

Welcome back friends and neighbors!

We are so pleased to re-open our doors to you!  The exhibition galleries are open, and small group guided tours in the period rooms will be available later this year. Now is a great time to stop in to see the exhibition “Remembering Dave: A Brubeck Family Album” which will be up through July 31.

Click here for more info on the exhibition

The Historical Society is buzzing with new programs and activities! Please check our calendar listings and the weekly newsletter for information about May and June events. Objects of Desire is back, bigger and better than ever! Click here to learn how you can Sip & Support, Shop & Support, and Sweet & Support!

Your Safety Is Top of Mind:

We have worked diligently to make the museum safe for visitors, staff and volunteers.

Please note that masks, hand sanitizer use and social distancing are required. Grandma’s Kitchen, a touch exhibition, will reopen soon. The Betts Store Museum Shop is open.

We were grateful and honored to welcome Dr. Sten Vermund, Dean of the Yale School of Public Health, a noted epidemiologist and COVID expert to the Museum Complex on April 3. Working with the Shoreline Arts Alliance to share science based information and best practices, and practical advice for arts organizations in Connecticut, Dr. Vermund  walked through our spaces and commented on our readiness to safely welcome the public. “I am very impressed by the planning and precautions being taken by leadership here at the museum,” he said.

Listen to Dr. Vermund’s comments in full below:

School, Scout, and Homeschooling programs can be arranged by contacting the Museum Educator at education@wiltonhistorical.org or 203-762-7257.

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Tuesday — Saturday, 10:00 – 4:00

Admission

Admission during the Great Trains Holiday Show is free for members, $10 for non-member adults, and $5 for non-member children

Admission for the Brubeck Family Album exhibition is free for members and children, $10 for non-member adults

Location

224 Danbury Road (Route 7)
Wilton, CT 06897

203-762-7257

Parking is available at the Museum.

Wilton Restaurants

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