Brookfield Museum and Historical Society
An Extended Learning and Research Center
165 Whisconier Road, P.O. Box 5231, Brookfield, CT 06804
Phone: 203-740-8140


 

 

President's Page

Program Calendar

Museum Shop

Research Center

Collections

Brookfield History

Cemeteries

Gurski's Forge

Membership

Related Links

Craft Show

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Museum Hours

 

Every Saturday from May through December

12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

and always when the flags are flying out front,

or by appointment.

Please call 203-740-8140

 

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The Museum Shop

The Museum Shop has many items for sale specifically related to our Society, the Town of Brookfield, or items crafted by Brookfield artisans.

 

We currently feature pottery, coverlets, t-shirts, sweatshirts, country kitchen articles, and note cards featuring historic homes from the 19th century located in the Ironworks District of Brookfield. 

 

Ken Graff has graciously allowed us to offer our visitors computer enhanced pictures of unique Brookfield scenes in individual note cards as well as framed and unframed prints.

 

We are privileged to be able to offer a unique set of six note cards drawn by the late Cole Bradley, a long time Brookfield resident and world-renowned artist.  Each card is a different scene in Brookfield.  Mr. Bradley originally created the drawings as the centerpiece for his Christmas cards.

 

We offer a wonderful selection of books on Brookfield history:

  Editions from the Arcadia Books series Images of America on Brookfield, Northern Litchfield Hills,

   Bethel, Ridgefield, Newtown, Candlewood Lake, and Route 7

 

  A Look Back, Brookfield, Connecticut by Marilyn Whittlesey

  Four booklets on Brookfield history by Barbara Todd

  The Annals of Brookfield (reprint) by Emily Hawley

 

We have CDs and tapes of composer Robert Miller’s easy listening instrumental music, and CDs of harpist Bill Tobin’s original and traditional music.

Shop the Museum catalog for more items. 

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