In the interest of public health and in light of the closure of Regional School District 17, and in consultation with the Board of Trustees, the Haddam Historical Society will be closed to the public until at least March 31st.
The office will be staffed and can be reached by phone and email.
The Haddam Historical Society is a nonprofit, tax -exempt organization founded in 1955. Our mission is "to preserve, collect, interpret and promote the history and heritage of Haddam for present and future generations."
The Society operates the Thankful Arnold House Museum and the Wilhelmina Ann Arnold Barnhart Memorial Garden in the scenic lower Connecticut River Valley village of Haddam, Connecticut. Visitors hear the story of the Widow Arnold and that of her daughter and granddaughter. Representative of their time, these three generations of women were head of the household in the home that was built between 1794 and 1810. The house is open year round. The museum is a proud member of the Connecticut Women's Heritage Trail.
Browse our Programs and Events or take an on-line tour of the Thankful Arnold House. Learn about Haddam's Historic Places or read our latest newsletter. Please feel free to contact us email@example.com.
Haddam Historical Society
Museum located at 14 Hayden Hill Road, Haddam, CT 06438