Open Saturday mornings, 9:30-11:30 am
April through October
The Hatfield Historical Museum showcases the history of this Connecticut River Valley farming town since its founding in 1670. Hatfield is, and always has been, a “collecting” town, and we are lucky to have some treasures from the early days of its settlement, plus many items from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Current exhibits include:
§ Can your 8-year-old do this? 19th century schoolgirl samplers (1806-1846)
§ Musket Balls, Pipes and Spoons, Oh My! Hatfield’s Buried Colonial Village (1689-1704)
§ Artifacts From the Civil War
§ Finding Home: Polish immigrants work their way to security, belonging and roots in early 20th century Hatfield (held over until Fall 2013)
Handicapped accessible: No
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