Our Museum Gift Shop, is open year round and offers a number of unique gifts, books and New Milford related items. Purchases may be made at any time from our eBay store
Showcased are the Indigenous People who lived and worked the land, the development of our agricultural roots, the establishment of the railroad, and on through early businesses, trades, and industries.
The exhibit space is filled with impressive pictures and artifacts, brought out of storage after many years.
View military uniforms, medals, and memorabilia belonging to our hometown heroes; experience, through stunning images the resiliency of 1902 residents as they rebuilt after the Great Fire of 1902; understand the presence and importance of farming on our land; meet inﬂuential people and faces of old New Milford; discover the evolution of business and tourism when the train came to town; window shop through fancy goods, hat boutiques, and hardware stores; acknowledge and respect the industrious indigenous people who were here ﬁrst.
Special features include The Great Fire of 1902, farms still operating today, military memorabilia, and intriguing New Milford characters.
The exhibits have been mounted with respect, extensive research, and a passion to preserve the history of this beautiful town.
Become immersed in a very unique and memorable experience as you are transported in time to the beginnings of our treasured town.