Second Floor of Dickinson Memorial Hall
(above the library)
39 Main St.
Open Saturday mornings, 9:30-11:30 am, Tuesday mornings 10 am to noon, and by appointment.
Closed in December.
The Hatfield Historical Museum showcases the history of this Connecticut River Valley farming town since its founding in 1670. Hatfield is, and always has been, a “collecting” town, and we are lucky to have some treasures from the early days of its settlement, plus many items from the 19th and early 20th centuries. For more detail on what’s in our collection, plus digitized artifacts, see:
* the Resources page of our website:
* our Digital Commonwealth page:
* our Archive.org page:
* and our page on the Commonwealth Historical Collaborative:
Handicapped accessible: No
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