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Windsor Historical Society
Visit this jewel of a local historical society offering the public a variety of opportunities to understand and appreciate the people, places, and events that contribute to Windsor's long and evolving history. We offer tours and public programs for school children and adults, and maintain a complex of two charming 18th century houses on historic Palisado Green including the national award-winning hands-on Strong-Howard House. and a modern facility which houses evocative exhibition galleries, a hands-on family learning center, a museum store and a fascinating research library. We also offer public events and facility rental.

Contact: Christine Ermenc
96 Palisado Avenue
Windsor, CT 06095
Phone: 860-688-3813
Fax: 860-687-1633
cermenc@windsorhistoricalsociety.org
http://windsorhistoricalsociety.org

Accepts Chamber Gift Certificates

Wed - Sat. 11-4 ;other times by arrangement


Events
Trains, Legos, & More 4 Kids!
1/23/2018: Trains, Legos, & More 4 Kids! - Please join us on Saturday, February 3, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. for a special family play morning at Windsor Historical Society. Get out of the house and make new friends while your kids enjoy our train table or build something spectacular with Legos, bui...
Civilian Conservation Corps Camps
9/14/2017: Civilian Conservation Corps Camps - The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) was a public works program that operated from 1933 to 1942, as part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal. It targeted young men and veterans who had difficulty finding jobs during the Great Depression, provid...
Colonial Kitchen Garden Program!
8/8/2017: Colonial Kitchen Garden Program! - Join us on Sunday, August 27, 2017 at 2 p.m. rain or shine for The Colonial Kitchen Garden of the Strongs and the Howards at Windsor Historical Society with master gardener and raconteur Gordon Kenneson. What was the purpose of a kitchen garden: just co...
Animals in World War I program at Windsor Historical Society
3/29/2017: Animals in World War I program at Windsor Historical Society - Please join us on the evening of Wednesday, April 12, 2017 for a special program about animals who served in World War I. This program is being offered in conjunction with the exhibit “The Changing Face of War: Windsor Responds to World War I” supporte...
Shad Derby Trivia Contest at the Windsor Historical Society
3/23/2017: Shad Derby Trivia Contest at the Windsor Historical Society - Think you know everything? Test your knowledge at the Shad Derby Trivia Contest on Thursday, April 6th , 2017 from 7-9 pm at the Windsor Historical Society. Teams of up to 6 members (age 21 and up only) can compete during five rounds of questions ranging...
Living History w/Capt. Howard & Furniture Inlay Demonstration
2/28/2017: Living History w/Capt. Howard & Furniture Inlay Demonstration - Join us for a journey back to 1810 and a fascinating look at how fine Federal furniture was decorated. On Saturday, March 11 , 2017 from 1-4 p.m., step into the Windsor Historical Society’s national award-winning Strong-Howard House, the 1810 home of Cap...
World War I Exhibit Opens
3/3/2017: World War I Exhibit Opens - A century ago, in April of 1917, the United States entered what was called the Great War, now called World War I. To commemorate this anniversary, Windsor Historical Society has opened its newest exhibit: The Changing Face of War: Windsor Responds to Worl...
Digitize & preserver your WWI heirlooms
1/27/2017: Digitize & preserver your WWI heirlooms - A century ago, in April of 1917, the United States entered what was called the Great War, now called World War I. Windsor Historical Society will open an exhibit of World War I advertising posters, photographs, equipment, letters and much more on March 22...
Pre-Holiday Dinner & Auction
11/2/2017: Pre-Holiday Dinner & Auction - On Saturday, November 18th from 6 to 9 p.m. enjoy a lovely and delicious sit-down dinner with unlimited beer and wine at The Lodge, 130 Deerfield Road, plus convivial company, and a host of wonderful opportunities to bid on. What makes a house a home? P...