Founded in 1917, the Madison Historical Society in the town of Madison, Connecticut, is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization of citizens whose mission it is to collect, preserve, and interpret artifacts and information that illustrate Madison's role in local, regional, and national history. The Society fulfills this mission through its exhibits, educational programs, publications, and entertainments for residents, students, and visitors. The Society provides leadership that encourages broad public engagement in Madison's history and future.
We own, preserve, and protect three Madison properties:
We invite you to visit us.
We welcome you to attend our education programs.
We hope you'll enjoy our archive of Historical Happenings newsletters.
The MHS History Book Group invites the public as well as members to the lively meetings of its monthly book discussion group.
Please join us the third Tuesday of each month
at 7:00 pm on the upper level (front left green door) of Lee's Academy at 14 Meetinghouse Lane on the Madison Green. Please note that handicapped access is not available to the upper level, which is reached by a staircase. (In case of inclement weather, the group typically delays the meeting to the fourth Tuesday of the month.) Please visit our Adult Programs page for information on each title.
OPEN HOUSE TODAY!! TWO HOURS TO GO!!
Come for cookies and cider and a guided tour of the Allis-Bushnell House!
Visit the charming period rooms
that tell the stories of FIVE DAYS IN MADISON--
from the colonial era through the twentieth century.
See our 21st-century renovations! Learn how you can become involved!
853 Boston Post Road/ 11am to 4 pm
We welcome you to contact us by e-mail at email@example.com.