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.
NEW DATE for the SECOND FREDERICK LEE LECTURE!
JOEL HELANDER presents Noose and Collar: The Story of the Rockland Murder
4 PM, Hubley Hall, First Congregational Church of Madison
SAVE THE DATE! MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW for SOUP & SONG!!!
RICK SPENCER presents Songs of Outlaws, Villains, and
and Madison chefs offer soups and chowders to sample and savor!
4 PM-6PM, Allis-Bushnell House
We welcome you to contact us by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.