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CT Open House Day: Puritans at Play

Try your luck at a variety of historical games and old-time toys, including bubble wands, knicker boxes, and... Read More »

Night Before Christmas Story Time

Join us for a quick history behind the classic holiday tale and its author, followed by a reading... Read More »

Firelight Festival

Festive luminaria, outdoor fires, popcorn, roasted marshmallows, s’mores, hot cider, hot chocolate, Connecticut’s oldest house after dark, the... Read More »

Harvesting History

Join us Thanksgiving weekend for a “Make Your Mark” quill pen activity, display of reproduction trade items, samples... Read More »

Halloween Hysterics at Henry’s

The lights will be off in Connecticut’s oldest house, so bring a flashlight to explore. Admission includes self-guided... Read More »

History Rocks: Stone Working in Early Guilford

Talks, demonstrations, and hands-on activities related to the iconic stones of New England and Connecticut’s oldest house. Admission... Read More »

Holidaze: The Real Story of Halloween, Thanksgiving & Christmas

Explore the origins and myths of our most popular holidays. Hands-on activities include trying on Halloween costumes, a... Read More »

Meet a Lighthouse Keeper

Chat with a costumed interpreter describing the life of a 19th-century lighthouse keeper at Faulkner’s Light. Admission also... Read More »

Faulkner’s Island Lighthouse

The Faulkner’s Island Lighthouse has been a beacon in Long Island Sound for over 200 years. Learn how... Read More »

Early Guilford Days: Family Festival

Craft demonstrations, hands-on activities, and refreshments at all 5 Historic Guilford Museums: Henry Whitfield State Museum, Hyland House,... Read More »

Henry Whitfield State Museum

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Oldest stone house in New England and Connecticut’s oldest house; rare 17th-century architecture. –Yankee Magazine, March/April 2012 Read More »



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