Heritage Museum is one of the finest smaller museums in Connecticut, presenting its visitors the Betts-Sturgis-Blackmar house and the Sloan-Raymond-Fitch house built in 1739 and 1772 respectively, furniture and decorations from 1740 to 1910, "Tools of the Trades" and "Toys and Dolls" permanent exhibitions, specialized collections and a blacksmith shop.
At Wilton Historical Society's Heritage Museum you can see the Betts-Sturgis-Blackmar house and the Sloan-Raymond-Fitch house built in 1739 and 1772 respectively furnished to show the changes in home life, the economy, furniture and decorations from 1740 to 1910.
You can also see “Tools of the Trades” a permanent exhibition of more than 600 tools used by the trades common to this area, the permanent exhibition of toys and dolls, specialized collections such as textile and costume collection, redware collection and the Abbott Blacksmith Shop.
Heritage Museum is one of the finest smaller museums in Connecticut. Please watch the video below and visit Wilton Historical Society - Heritage Museum website to find out more and see the museum hours and directions if you plan to visit.
With high ranking schools, easy commute to Manhattan, and a variety of recreational activities, this town is a great place to live.
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Located within South Wilton, this charming neighborhood is considered a historic district.
This area of town offers residential areas, pleny of shops and restaurants, and close location to Wilton Center, Norwalk, and New Canaan.