From First Nation to Colonization...the evolution of industries and the growth of cities...our part of New England played an amazing role...and we celebrate it!

A friend of iCRV and Professor at University of Hartford, Wick Griswold, tells us the value of history is if you know where you came get a better idea of where you can go...and we much we take it to heart in a series of great programs and features and promotions. 

From the lessons learned from First the colonization of the River that started in the early 1600' the struggle for independence...subsequent wars...and the role of our area in regional, national, and international trade and industry...we have so much to learn about our past.

Be part of the journey...we promise we have experts who are passionate and fun..and make the journey exciting...we think you will love where we live...a little more...enjoy!

Images for Henry Whitfield Museum Update August 11

Category: Attractions


on: Aug 9, 2020

Charred roof rafter and document box from the Daniel & Charity Leete House recovered after the 1781 British attack on Guilford.


Early 19th century militia coats.


Fold up bed on display in south chamber of Henry Whitfield House, used for space saving in homes with limited space.


We are about to unveil an outdoor scavenger hunt with a grand prize, exhibits in the visitor center windows, new outdoor interpretive signs...