Antrim Historical Society

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Antrim Historical Society Museum.  

Located on the 2nd Floor of the Antrim James A Tuttle Library. 

Open during Library Hours, Appointments can be made for guided tour or research requests

Welcome to the Antrim Historical Society Museum. Our mission is to collect and preserve items of historical interest to Antrim. The museum offers research assistance to the public and displays of Antrim history which are periodically changed. We also promote educational programs for our local schools that relate to Antrim history.

The museum is open during library hours and is located on the (top) second floor of the James A. Tuttle Library. Museum personnel are usually present from 2 to 4pm from Monday to Thursday and 9 to 12 noon on Friday. During summer months a docent is present from 10 to 12 noon on Saturdays. Research assistance can be requested in person at the museum or by responding on the Request Information page of the website.

Donations of new or old items of historical significance to Antrim are gratefully accepted.