Enfield Historical Society Museums
The Enfield Historical Society operates three museums. All are open to the public free of charge. The Old Town Hall Museum was built as the third meeting house of the First Ecclesiastical Society of Enfield in 1774, and continues to serve our community after over two centuries, as both a museum and headquarters for our organization. The Martha A. Parsons House Museum was built in 1782 and houses two centuries of Parsons family possessions. The Wallop School Museum was built in 1800 and remained in service until 1949. We hope that you will visit each of them and see the thousands of artifacts on display. No matter what your interest, you will likely find something that makes you very happy you stopped in!
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