The mission of the Unionville Museum is to foster an appreciation of the history, culture and traditions of the village of Unionville, Connecticut by collecting and preserving artifacts from its history and using these artifacts to interpret and present Unionville’s story.
March 29th - Our focus on local students will continue with an exhibit of Union School 4th graders' projects and the exhibit of the Irving A. Robbins Middle School Paideia Projects.
May 18th - Behind the Scenes, a special exhibit that will highlight items from our collection and show how they tell Unionville's stories. Stay tuned for details on an exciting event that's being planned in conjunction with this exhibit.
Love to learn?
Check out our History of Unionville page to learn how Unionville went from a sparsely populated area of farmlands and gristmills to a flourishing industrial village in a remarkably short period of time. Learn how local merchants joining the national "canal craze" played a pivotal role in that growth.