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The exhibits in the Litchfield History Museum offer an interesting glimpse of the town's past politics, economy, industry, and art.




Litchfield is one of the finest of Connecticut's historic towns. Its colorful history is recorded in diagrams, documents, furniture, historic clothing, and artifacts collected and displayed in the Litchfield History Museum at 7 South Street, just off the town green.

Prime of place in the museum's seven galleries are exhibits dedicated to Litchfield's most prosperous period, the 50 years following the American Revolution.

Admission to the museum is free.

If you're interested in Litchfield history, you should also visit the Tapping Reeve House and Law School, also maintained by the Litchfield Historical Society, and only a short stroll from the museum. More...

Litchfield History Museum
Litchfield Historical Society

7 South Street
Litchfield CT 06759
Tel: 860-567-4501
Fax: 860-567-3565

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Litchfield History Museum, Litchfield CT

The Litchfield History Museum,
just off the town green in Litchfield CT.





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