At Hill-Stead’s Story Time, your child will be introduced to stories related to art, museums, nature, and much more. Each session includes music, movement, and an art project to take home—all in Hill-Stead’s historic setting. This month, share your vacation memories! [Read more]
To Whom I May Concern® is an interactive theater program that gives voice to people who have recently been diagnosed with a progressive brain illness such as Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Using their own words and TWIMC’s scripting technique, these individuals share their stories and experiences before live and online audiences.
Sponsored by Hill Stead Museum, The Alzheimer’s Resource Center, and To Whom I May Concern®. [Read more]
On the first Sunday of every month, families are invited to explore Hill-Stead. Museum-led art projects for children are offered at 1 pm, and self-guided tours run from 1 to 4 pm. [Read more]
Join us for a guided estate walk at 2 pm.
In May, June, July, August, September and October, a guided estate walk is held on the first Sunday of the month. [Read more]
Every first Monday at 1 pm, Hill-Stead Museum’s Volunteers (from guides to gardeners) enjoy learning something new about Hill-Stead Museum’s collection and history during the monthly series Lunch, Listen & Learn.
This program is offered exclusively to museum Volunteers. To find out more about supporting the museum as a volunteer, see Volunteer, or contact us at 860.677.4787 x181. [Read more]
As part of our Extended Museum Hours, Hill-Stead Museum will be open to tour at your leisure on Monday, September 4, from 10 to 4 pm. [Read more]
Join us at Hill-Stead to mingle with friends and watch the sun set from the Veranda. Celebrate the last days of summer with savory samplings, signature cocktails, wine, beer and other refreshing beverages. [Read more]
Challenge your friends to a modern take on an old-fashioned game of croquet on Hill-Stead’s West Lawn – fabulous sunset views included (weather permitting). [Read more]
Learn about silver and the history of tea and coffee culture at an illustrated lecture by Jennifer Pitman from RAGO. [Read more]