First Congregational Church: Celebrating 300 Years of Faithful Service in New Milford, 1716-2016

Our Exhibits

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The New Milford Historical Society & Museum has both permanent and temporary exhibits on view.

Our current featured exhibit, First Congregational Church, celebrating 300 years of faithful service, 1717-2017.

The New Milford Historical Society was awarded a $10,000 grant from Iroquois Pipeline Operating Company Community Grant Program for the renovation of the Main Gallery.
Visit our most recent exhibitions here online and in person, at the Society, located just north of the historic and scenic New Milford Green at N° 6, Aspetuck Avenue.

Our permanent collection, housed in the New Milford Room, features exhibits on the following subjects:

Business and Commerce in New Milford in the 20th Century

Black Life in the History of New Milford: A Perspective of 150 Years

The Life and Times of Roger Sherman

New Milford Pottery (also known as Wannopee Pottery Co.)

Tobacco Farming in New Milford

New Milford's Pre-Colonial Peoples

Our past exhibits, have included the following:

Lost Arts of Domestic Life

Art in Bloom

150 years of the Water Witch Hose Company N° 2

Our online exhibits include the following:

New Milford's Historic Schoolhouses

The Timeline of New Milford's History

Suggested admission is $5 for adults, $2 for students, and children under 5 are free, as are members.

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