2021 - A New Year!
As we turn the page to a new year as we are hopeful that the pandemic will become less of a threat this year and we will be able to once again stage exhibits and special events at the Museum fulfilling our mission of sharing stories of Unionville's history. We will post reopening information here as soon as we have the dates of our first exhibit.
Do you have your 2021 calendar yet? If not, you can still buy a Unionville Museum Souvenir Calendar through our new Museum store or locally at George's Restaurant & Pizza, Farmington Jewelers, the Bottle Shop, Unionville Auto Body, Farmington Motor Sports, the main Library and the Stanley Whitman House.
The Calendar includes twelve photos from our collection, plus the cover photo of Tunxis Hose marching in a 1960's Memorial Day Parade. It also includes a look back at Unionville in 1921 and clips about Unionville that appeared that year in the Farmington Valley Herald.
Thank you to the many local businesses who supported publication of our 2021 Souvenir Calendar. We appreciate their support especially in these difficult times.
Planned Museum Addition Update
2021 will be an exciting year for the Unionville Museum. After more than 100 years, the Museum’s building at 15 School Street will be getting a much needed addition to better enhance our visitors' experience. The addition will include a handicapped accessible bathroom, galley kitchen, and small storage area.
Members of the Board of Directors have been working on this long-anticipated addition with Town of Farmington administrators, local architects, and the State Historic Preservation Officer. We hope to begin construction this summer and complete the addition by fall.
15 School Street,
Unionville, CT 06085
Open Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays
2 to 4 p.m. during exhibits
We are currently closed during the COVID pandemic.