Exhibitions

Lives and Landscapes: Art from the Permanent Collection of the Wilton Historical Society

Explore Wilton’s artistic legacy through a selection of rare work ranging from the Colonial era to the 1970s that capture the personality of the town through the faces and places depicted. Running through October 29th.


PERMANENT EXHIBITIONS

Connecticut’s History, Wilton’s Story presents unique objects that embody Wilton’s progression from its pre-Colonial era to a small New England agricultural village to what it is today. This exhibit offers fascinating insight into Wilton’s history while encouraging exploration of the sites around town, such as Weir Farm and Ambler Farm.

 

Wilton: Siwanog Tribe, English Parish, American Town explores Wilton’s earliest history through rare and diverse objects that examine Wilton’s pre-colonial and colonial stories.

 

Just Like Grandma Used to Make: A Hands-on Experience of 300 Years of Kitchen History is an interactive exhibit that gives visitors the opportunity to touch and use historical objects based on food growing, storing, cooking.