The Historical Society was built as a parsonage by the Baptist Church in 1899. At the time congregation members met in the church next door, which is now commonly known as the Meeting House.
After many years of use as a parsonage, the Colchester Historical Society received use of the building from the Town of Colchester in 1993 and turned it into a museum. Many historically correct upgrades and repairs have taken place since and the building now provides a window to life in days gone by.
Visit the museum's webpage for more information about events and an opportunity to visit the Historical Society building. Travel back in time as you walk through the kitchen, living room and bedrooms.