Saturday, June 25, 2016
The tour features new-to-the-tour fine houses and gardens in Norwich, chosen to dazzle and delight!
The Norwich Historical Society is pleased to offer a winter workshop and memoir book discussion series, Bringing History to Life, exploring personal, family, and town history.
Enjoy scenic Norwich, Vermont, with a stroll back in time along Main Street with its many historic homes, commercial enterprises and public buildings.
Our regular open hours are:
Wednesdays and Thursdays, 10am-4pm
During the summer (June – October), we are also open Saturdays, 10am-Noon
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 / email@example.com
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.
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.
Norwich Historical Society is wheelchair accessible.