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.
An education-oriented horse expo featuring an extensive program of clinics, seminars & demos.
The 27th annual, award-winning event features 250 juried exhibitors from 14 states who display and sell crafts of all media.
On October 3, the Host crew piled into Storrowton’s one-room Schoolhouse to award Kenny Ramos, a volunteer at Storrowton Village Museum, with the Host of the Day award! Greg Chiecko even rang the Schoolhouse bell to celebrate. Like many of Storrowton’s wonderful volunteers, Kenny is extremely passionate about history and loves the Village. “Kenny started... Read more »
Modern conveniences make our lives so much easier. From the luxuries of smartphones, Keurigs and automobiles, how many of us would be able to live in the 19th century? Don’t miss the Gadgets & Time Savers Exhibit at the Gilbert Farmstead in Storrowton Village to see what was modern to folks of that time period.... Read more »