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Wethersfield Historical Society, Museum, and Historic Sites [CT]

The Society's operates a museum and several historic sites. The Wethersfield Museum features a permanent exhibition on the history of Wethersfield, with over 100 artifacts from the Society's collections, interactive components for visitors, and information on historic sites to visit in the area. Changing exhibition galleries feature the works of local artisans, artists, craft guilds, and temporary society exhibitions throughout the year. The Hurlbut-Dunham House is an elegant brick Georgian early 20th-century home. The Historic Cove Warehouse houses maritime exhibits which explore Wethersfield's role in the busy trade of the 17th and 18th centuries.

The society offers research library access, tours, educational programs, and occasional recreational and educational events; the Museum offers exhibits; the Hurlbut-Dunham House offers tours; the Warehouse offers tours and exhibits.