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S-WH Awarded CT Humanities Grant
S-WH has been awarded a $4,985 Connecticut Humanities Quick Grant for a discussion-based public program centered around the screening of two Upstander Project Films at the Museum.
The films seek to initiate tough, meaningful conversations about the historically silenced stories of Indigenous peoples and North Americans. The films are free, virtual, and live-streamed. Each will be preceded by a brief introduction and followed by an hour-long Q&A with three speaker panelists associated with the films.
S-WH Awarded Museum Makeover Grant
S-WH was recently selected for a Museum Makeover, a new collaborative project designed to improve the visitor experience at cultural heritage organizations throughout Connecticut.
This two-year program provides twelve organizations per year with expert consultation and funding to make immediate, concrete changes that will increase their ability to effectively serve the public. Read about our plans!
Stanley-Whitman House Awarded CT Cultural Fund Operating Support Grant
Stanley-Whitman House Receives Grant of $19,900 to support educational and community programs.
The grants were administered by CT Humanities (CTH), with funding provided by the Connecticut State Department of Economic and Community Development/Connecticut Office of the Arts (COA) from the Connecticut State Legislature.
Who was Stanley Whitman? Learn about Colonial Farmington and the people who made livings, raised children, and made the best of their times. You can experience their lives in our authentic historic house and period gardens.
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Stanley-Whitman House's NEW publication, Memento Mori, Farmington Connecticut: Remember Death
This richly illustrated book considers twenty-two individuals -- early settlers, farmers, soldiers, tavern-keepers -- who greatly impacted Farmington culture and history and now reside in Farmington's "ancient burial ground."
Coming Soon - The Journal of Farmington History, Vol. I.
Happy 301st Birthday, S-WH!
Stanley-Whitman House turned 301 on December 31, 2021!
On the occasion of the Tercentenary of Stanley-Whitman House, the Museum created an online Symposium in four parts highlighting its illustrious builder and past residents of this National Historic Landmark House given by its esteemed historians Betty Coykendall, Lisa Johnson, and Sherra Palmer.
COVID Guidelines Update
Stanley-Whitman House is following the current CDC Guidelines to protect the health and safety of our visitors, volunteers, and staff. Please wear a mask indoors at the museum, regardless of vaccination status. For our outdoor programs, a mask is not required if you have been fully vaccinated. See the latest Connecticut Information and Guidance.
Monday - Tuesday
Wednesday - Saturday
10:00am – 05:00pm
Stanley-Whitman House is closed on the following holidays
New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Presidents Day, Good Friday, Easter, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day, Labor Day, Indigenous Peoples Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day.
Stanley-Whitman's gardens are open to the public daily from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
The generous support of corporations, businesses, and foundations allows Stanley-Whitman House to provide quality services and experiences for all.