Gunn Historical Museum
The mission of the Gunn Historical Museum is to collect, preserve, and share the objects and stories which illuminate the history of Washington. Our beginnings date back to 1899 when the local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution opened the Judea Historical Room in a house on the Green. When the Gunn Memorial Library was built in 1908 the collection was moved across the street into a basement room of the library. In 1965 June Willis bequeathed her house to the library and the museum moved next door.
Explore an exciting new long-term exhibit about the unique people, places, and events that have shaped Washington’s rich history.
Saturday, August 17, 2019
1:00 – 3:00 pm
at Gunn Historical Museum
Please register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours of Operation:
The Museum is CURRENTLY CLOSED while we construct a long-term exhibit. We will have an opening reception for the exhibit on August 17, 2019. 1-3pm!
|Gunn Historical Museum|
5 Wykeham Road
P.O. Box 1419
Washington, CT 06793
|Stephen Bartkus, Curator |
Lisa Breese, Operations Manager
Adele Worsley Garden
The panel gardens at the Gunn Historical Museum were created — and are maintained — by the Washington Garden Club in memory of Adele Worsley. Adele was a much-loved member and horticulturist who worked tirelessly for the Washington Garden Club. The flowers at the Gunn Museum are in bloom from spring to fall, so stop by and visit our beautiful gardens.
** Please note: The Gunn Historical Museum is located in a 1781 colonial home and is not currently handicap accessible, although we are looking into the possibilities of making the building more accessible.**