THE BARN

Open hours are on the second and fourth Sundays of June through October, 2:00-4:00 p.m., and for special events.

The East Granby Historical Society proudly maintains the beautiful red barn, just north of the town center in the East Granby Farms park. With a generous endowment, the society built the barn in 2006. Inside the barn, you can sit in a beautifully restored 1850s Concord stagecoach, see a Ford model A truck/tractor hybrid once used on a local farm, and try your hand at weaving on a working antique loom. Open hours are on the second and fourth Sundays of June through October, 2:00-4:00 p.m., and for special events.

Visit the barn at 85 North Main St., East Granby Farms Park, East Granby, CT  06026.

Also visit Old-NewGate Prison. The site is a National Historic Landmark and a State Archaeological Preserve. The copper mine was in operation from 1705 through the 1750s. Connecticut’s first prison was run from 1773 until 1827.

ABOUT US

The mission of the East Granby Historical Society shall be the preservation and promotion of East Granby heritage. 

CONTACT

East Granby Historical Society

PO Box 188, East Granby, CT  06026

EastGranbyHistorical@gmail.com

 

860-653-2866

moodycnancy@gmail.com

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