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     The Weathersfield Historical Society was founded in 1951, to preserve the history of our Town, both in the form of artifacts and in written records.

Our museum, the Reverend Dan Foster House, is located on the Weathersfield Center Road in the Weathersfield Center Historic District, across the road from the historic Weathersfield Meeting House and First Congregational Church.


Hours for the Rev. Dan Foster House: Tues - Fri, 2PM -5PM. For more information or an appointment outside of these hours contact Ellen Clattenburg, Curator, at ellen.clattenburg@gmail.com or call 263-5505 (unfortunately no answering machine). Admission is free, but donations are appreciated. In addition to our permanent collection, there are special exhibits during the summer.

Other programs we are planning: a hike sometime in July and the Annual Meeting in October.

Additional gifts of historic Weathersfield materials are always welcome. Curator Ellen Clattenburg should be contacted by potential donors at [802] 263-5055, or write the society at the PO Box below.

Our research library, on the lower level of the new barn at the Museum, houses our wonderful collection of old Weathersfield photographs as well as primary source material on Weathersfield families and Vermont history. Old records of the First Congregational Church are housed here, also. For pictures and more information on the History of the Town, click here Weathersfield History.

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