Huntington Historical Society

72 Worthington Road, Huntington, Massachusetts

Upcoming Events

Huntington Historical Society Open House
The Norwich Bridge Schoolhouse Museum

Corner of Worthington and Littleville Roads, Huntington

Sunday  July 31,  2016  1 - 4 pm

Come and visit our old-time one room schoolhouse. Explore our collections of books, documents, maps, artifacts, clothing, tools and other historical items

Additional Open Houses planned for last Sunday of each month until fall.

Regular meeting - every 3rd Tuesday, 7:00pm, at the Norwich Bridge School


The Huntington Historical Society welcomes anyone interested in the history of Huntington to join.  The dues are $6.00/year for individual memberships and $10.00 for family memberships; and the memberships are for one year from Mid-August to Mid-July.  You will receive just one [1] printed membership card both an individual and/or family membership.

You may join by writing a check to:  The Huntington Historical Society and mailing it to:

David Norton
P.O. Box 373
Huntington, MA  01050-0373

You may also make any membership inquiries by email at:

Benefits of membership:

  1. You may become an active-member who could volunteer in any aspect of our work from: attending our meetings and becoming an active voice for the history of our town; participating in any of our live presentations by doing necessary research or becoming a presenter; performing any of our numerous research, artifact, photo-document storage and preservation projects; having more lengthy access to our research materials and books; discovering and attending specialized historical workshops that are available to others’ with a strong historical interest; assisting us in our continuous maintenance of our museum facility.
  2. You may also become a less-active member just by acquiring your membership [just attend meetings and/or just support our projects in a manner you are comfortable with] – you would understand that you are helping out by providing us with a funding source for our activities.
  3. Those of us who are active members gain a greater appreciation of the lives of the people, events and decisions that shaped our town as it exists today – it is an amazing history of life in New England.