Henry Whitfield State Museum

The Henry Whitfield State Museum explores four centuries of Connecticut history through the evolution of the Henry Whitfield House. Built in Guilford in 1639 as a home for Reverend Henry Whitfield and his family as well as a granite fort for the new English Puritan colony, the Whitfield House was restored in the 1930s and is now Connecticut's oldest house, New England's oldest stone house, and a National Historic Landmark.
The museum collections are diverse, including 3-dimensional objects furnishing the Whitfield House, local and state images, and primary and secondary resources for researching genealogy, local history, the 1600s, and historic preservation.
248 Old Whitfield Street
Guilford, CT 06437