The Fairfield Museum offers a range of engaging events and programs for adult learners and history enthusiasts! From our monthly History Bites lectures to the summer concert series Jazz Fridays, the museum offers programming designed for all interests. During the winter, you can escape the cold with an exhibit-related workshop, and in the summer, enjoy music or a poetry reading on the beautiful Museum Commons.
September 17 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Are you interested in learning more about the history of Fairfield and the surrounding area? Join us for a guided tour of the Town Hall Green and learn about the people, places, and events that took place right under your feet! Learn about a Native prehistoric village, the 1639 town center, “witch ducking experiments,” the Revolutionary War battleground, and the Burr Homestead, where John Hancock married Dorothy Quincy. These stories, and more, await on a fascinating journey through time.
$5 for members, $10 for non-members
Registration requested. We ask that participants register online, in advance of the tour.
Outdoor Guided Tours are limited to 20 people or less (depending on tour/area/site).
No Refunds will be given unless the program is canceled by the Fairfield Museum.