For Connecticut Trails Weekend, journey with Museum Interpreter Betty Collins and explore stories of Native Americans of Farmington, as well as the Metacomet Trail. [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. This month come to special Story Times celebrating out READ TO A CHILD book drive. [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]
Come join us in celebrating another successful year at Hill-Stead Museum’s Annual Meeting! After the meeting light refreshments and jazz in the Sunken Garden. [Read more]
Please join us for a cocktail reception in the museum to celebrate the opening of our new book art exhibition, and then head to the Makeshift Theater to share a meal with the “Great American Poet” Billy Collins. [Read more]
Enjoy the new exhibition, Boundless, presenting contemporary art inside Hill-Stead’s period rooms for the first time. [Read more]
The evening will feature Billy Collins, a special reading by Connecticut State Poet Laureate Rennie McQuilkin and music by Plywood Cowboy. [Read more]
New England National Scenic Trail Poet-in-Residence, David K. Leff, will offer an invigorating Nature Poetry Writing Workshop at Hill-Stead in conjunction with the Sunken Garden Poetry Festival. [Read more]