Welcome to Storrowton Village
Storrowton Village Museum is an authentic, recreated village of nine 18th and 19th century buildings from Massachusetts and New Hampshire, assembled around a traditional town green. We offer living history programs and events to acquaint audiences of all ages to New England life in bygone days.
A candlelit evening of folklore and tales from the darker side of New England history.
Storrowton Village is celebrating one of the most popular writers of 19th-century frontier life – Laura Ingalls Wilder! At “Little House” Family Day, July 25 from 11am – 3pm, guests will learn about Laura’s New England heritage, life and adventures that have captured the imagination of children for well over one hundred years. The program... Read more »
Storrowton Village Museum is proud to be part of the 2015 Dublin Seminar: Schooldays in New England, 1650-1900, June 19-21. The Seminar’s Schoolhouse Field Trip program takes participants to historic buildings that preserve the history of early school education in New England. During the Seminar’s trip to Storrowton Village Museum, Dennis Picard, director of the... Read more »