Unique Exhibitions

Discover Connecticut History

 

Unique Exhibitions

Discover Connecticut History

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Previous Exhibitions

Nov 10, 2022 - December 2023

The Bicycle Game

Oct 16, 2022

Common Struggle, Individual Experience: An Exhibition About Mental Health Presented by Hartford HealthCare Institute of Living

Oct 10, 2022

Remembering G. Fox & Co.

Oct 6, 2022

HISTORIC TIMELINE OF CONNECTICUT’S LGBTQ COMMUNITY

Sep 29, 2022 - July 30, 2023

Journeys 旅途: Boys of the Chinese Educational Mission

May 5, 2022 - August 28, 2022

Hamilton Heroes and Villains

Apr 22, 2022 - August 28, 2022

Formative: Frederick Law Olmsted in Connecticut

Apr 16, 2022

Albert’s Odd Jobs: Making a Living in the 1800s

Dec 10, 2021

Connecticut Freedom Workers: Remembering the Civil Rights Movement

Oct 10, 2021

Virtual Exhibition: Albert’s Odd Jobs: Making a Living in the 1800s

Oct 10, 2021

Virtual Exhibition: Journeys 旅途: Boys of the Chinese Educational Mission

Oct 10, 2021

Virtual Exhibition: Common Struggle, Individual Experience: An Exhibition About Mental Health Presented by Hartford HealthCare Institute of Living

Sep 9, 2021 - Sep 16, 2021

Remembering the Lives Lost on 9/11

Sep 1, 2021

The Fight for Women’s Suffrage in CT

Aug 23, 2021

Witches in Connecticut

Nov 5, 2020

Connecticut and WWII Manufacturing

Sep 1, 2020

Connecticut and the Pandemic of 1918

Aug 23, 2020

Something Old, Something New: Connecticut Weddings Through the Ages

Jul 14, 2020

Katharine Hepburn: From Hartford to Hollywood

Jul 10, 2020

War, Maps, Mystery: Dutch Mapmaker Bernard Romans and the American Revolution

Jul 10, 2020

Pieces of American History: Connecticut Quilts

Jul 6, 2020

Beyond the Amistad: Black History at the Connecticut Historical Society

Jun 11, 2020

Facing War: Connecticut in World War One

Apr 13, 2020

That’s Weird!

Mar 2, 2020

Tories, Spies, and Traitors: Divided Loyalty in Revolutionary Connecticut

Jan 13, 2020

Tapping into the Past: Tavern Life in Early Connecticut

Oct 30, 2021

A Vote of Her Own: The Long Fight for Woman Suffrage

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Saturday 9am-5pm
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Hartford CT, 06105

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