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12th Annual Norwich Antiques Show

Saturday, September 10, 2016

We look forward to another fine show with quality dealers from around the region and the Historical Society’s own booth of antiques and collectibles donated by the community.

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Summer Sunday Walking Tours

Back by popular demand!

Who knew there was so much history in the places we drive by everyday! Join us for one or all of these Sunday afternoon tours.

Early American Decoration

Friday, July 15, 5-7 pm.

A Retrospective of the Historical Decorative Art of Polly Forcier

New Exhibit:
Early American Decoration

A Retrospective of the Historic Decorative Art
of Polly Forcier

Opening Friday, July 15, 5-7pm – Public invited
On exhibit through October 31
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Plein Air Art

Courtney-Dobyns.1.homeNow on exhibit and for sale are paintings created on the day of the House & Garden Tour. Come take a look at how local artist interpreted these lovely Norwich gardens! Now through the end of July.

Walking Tour Brochure

Walking Tour cover sqrEnjoy scenic Norwich, Vermont, with a stroll back in time along Main Street with its many historic homes, commercial enterprises and public buildings.
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Congratulations Nancy!

Nancy Osgood cropped 2Nancy Osgood is NHS Volunteer of the Year!

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New hours beginning June 1

Wednesdays and Thursdays, 11am – 3pm
During the summer (June – October), we are also open Saturdays, 10am-Noon

Also by appointment: info@norwichhistory.org

Please note: Unexpected (and unavoidable) closures do occur; if you are traveling to visit us, it is recommended you call or email in advance so we may be sure to accommodate you:  802-649-0124  / info@norwichhistory.org

If you are planning to do research at the Society, an appointment is highly recommended so that staff or a volunteer can be available to assist.

About Us

Welcome to the Norwich Historical Society. Our mission is to preserve and interpret the history of the town of Norwich, the Lewis House and the collections therein, and to foster a greater sense of appreciation and respect for our shared heritage.

The Society maintains the historic 1807 Lewis House in the heart of Norwich’s historic downtown along with an extensive collection of artifacts, photos, and archives relating to the town’s history. Annual exhibits are mounted in the three spacious exhibit rooms on the first floor, and other special events are held at the Historical Society throughout the year. We have an active educational program with the Marion Cross School that brings elementary school students to the Lewis House to learn about more about history.

handicapped-accessibleNorwich Historical Society is wheelchair accessible.