Current Exhibit

"Darien: 1925-1950 ~ Golden Age of Art and Design"

Thanks to a social media explosion and developments in other technologies, by the 1920s, New York City had become the world’s most robust market for art. It took a lot of artists to make this new world go ’round, and many — perhaps most — of them lived and worked “in the country,” including Darien.
Running into early 2017, 12-5pm on Tuesday to Thursday & Sundays from 12-3pm. The price of general admission is a non-member donation of $5.00
  • Silhouettes & Santa | Friday, December 9th | 12-6pm 12 - 6pm:  We are pleased to host a talented silhouette artist who will be onsite creating beautiful silhouettes of your loved ones. Have your children, dog, spouse, or friend sit ...
    Posted Nov 30, 2016, 7:29 AM by Julie Johnston
  • Holiday Reception | Thursday, December 8th | 6:30-8pm Because our greatest gift is you...Please join us to celebrate the season with a special holiday reception for the members, donors, volunteers and friends of the Darien Historical Society ...
    Posted Dec 1, 2016, 6:56 AM by Julie Johnston
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The centerpiece of our museum, the 1736 Bates - Scofield Home, captures life as it was in colonial Darien. ...more

Our Garden Club of America Award- Winning garden hosts early-American period correct herbs, roses...

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