224 Danbury Road

Wilton, CT 06897


Summer hours: Tue-Friday 10-4

Current Exhibit: 
Hickory, Ash & Reed: Traditional Baskets, Contemporary Makers


On view through October 15, Hickory, Ash & Reed: Traditional Baskets, Contemporary Makers showcases the work of contemporary basket makers Jonathan Kline, Stephen Zeh, Lois Russell, Kari Lonning, and Marion Hildebrandt and contrasts them with historic baskets from the Society’s permanent collection.  The work of these artists is grounded in the use of natural materials, including brown ash, black ash, hickory, willow and reed. Contemporary Nantucket baskets will be shown as well.

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Help Burn the Cannon Corner Mortgage!

Help the Society retire its remaining mortgage on the historic Cannon Corner property!


Located by the Cannondale Historic District, at the corner of Olmstead Hill Road and Route 7,  the small complex is a shining example of the beauties of preservation and adaptive reuse.  A 19th –century barn, blacksmith shop and run-down garage have been renovated and repurposed. Wilton is enhanced with an attractive and thriving mixed use site which accommodates an antiques shop, woodworking business, office suite and residential apartment.  


All contributions will be recognized on a plaque to be placed in the foyer of the Betts House at the Society’s Museum Complex .  Thank you for supporting our mission to preserve Wilton’s architectural heritage.

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Summer Hours

from 10:00 to 4:00  

Bett's Store

Summer Sale Begins


50% off select items!

The Betts Store

Museum Shop

Fantastic buys on select items, many hand-made, all made in America. Toys, candles, pottery, puppets, wool car blankets, dolls, Wilton-themed necklaces, scarves, craft kits, hostess gifts, and much more!

Sale continues through August

Booked For Lunch

Louisa: The Extraordinary Life of Mrs. Adams

Louisa Thomas 

Tuesday, September 20

12:00 - 1:30


Please join us for our next book club meeting!  We will be reading the lovely book "Louisa: The Extraordinary Life of Mrs. Adams" written by the talented Ms. Louisa Thomas. 


You bring the lunch and we will provide the beverages and cookies to nourish us during the great discussion! 


Please RSVP to info@wiltonhistorical.org

 or call (203) 762-7257

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you!