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General history of the immediate area. Many artifacts on display going back to colonial times with native-American inhabitants, such as arrows, arrowheads and clothing. Clothing from the flapper era of the 1920s is shown/photographed. You can spend an hour or more here, but really not...More
I was looking forward to seeing the museum. The 3 featured exhibits -- Washington' spies, the history of Fairfield, immigrants to Fairfield -- sounded interesting. They were but there was nothing else there. The exhibits were housed in 4 cramped rooms. I thought it would...More
I am amazed by the history of a local destination. I learned so much about Fairfield here. It is somewhere fun to go on a hot day inside the cool building. The museum is a walking distance from the beach, and is fun for a...More
Great place to bring high school students to learn about local history and folklure. Hands on. Very informative about neighborhoods and history of town development. Extensive photographs of the town during revolutionary war, civil war and industrial revolution.
This museum depicts the history of the town. Its so nicely preserved with a Victorian cottage and Barn and the sun tavern. They do have a guided tour but the tour guide didn't show today. The cottage has a great area for little ones with...More
It is great that Fairfield has learned it has a great place in US history and has take strides to bring the historic nature of the town to prominence. My family dates back to the founding of Fairfield and I've found the historical society and...More