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We were here early and planning to come back later in the day but when one of the volunteers saw us he invited us in to start our visit. Really nice historic display of the town of Wethersfield through the centuries. Well worth the visit...More
I stopped in at the museum and had a wonderful visit with the lady running the desk. She pointed me in the direction of the historic homes in Wethersfield. From there I spent the next several hours going back in time to the late 1600's...More
We've passed by here hundreds of times and finally decided to stop. Boy, were we surprised. It's not a huge museum, but it offers lots of neat history about the town. It's free to go, but donations are accepted.
I was pleasantly surprised by this museum at the Keeney Center. It's simple but has a lot of information about Wethersfield history and a good combination of items, exhibits and text.
We went on weekday morning and were the only ones there. I think lots...More
We read about Westfield and the museum in the UK and when we travelled over on holiday we visited.
I have to say I have never met a more friendly and genuinely nice group of people. The museum staff were fantastic! What a privilege it...More
The Wethersfield Museum is a great site depicting many exhibits for all ages. At the current moment, the exhibits on display are: Love Letters and Uniforms: Wethersfield During the Civil War, Wethersfield Weddings: Tying the Knot, Wethersfield Service Men, and Legendary People, Ordinary Lives. Admission...More
My husband and I visited the museum on a whim and what a nice surprise. Friendly and very helpful staff. We spent so much time just talking to them at the front desk and felt like we were with old friends. The curator, Rachael is...More
We were looking forward to visiting the museum, but when we came into view of the volunteer, we got the distinct impression that he was put out by our appearance. Our sincerest apology for inconveniencing you!!