Online Exhibitions

The New Haven Museum offers many opportunities for visitors to explore its collections through exhibitions, programs and research opportunities at 114 Whitney Ave. Now virtual visitors may get a taste of the wide variety of resources housed at the Museum.

Start exploring our online exhibitions!


T.S. BRONSON

Approximately 20,000 glass plate negatives taken by New Havener Thomas S. Bronson (1868-1955). Collection dates to 1910s – 1940s, strongest in 1910s. New Haven street scenes, small groups of people, surrounding towns, etc. Catalogue #1-18,000 and 21,000 – 22,999


MICRO-HISTORIES

Introducing Micro-Histories, a new series of online exhibits focusing on hyperlocal and forgotten tales of New Haven history. Quick bits of modern observation and deep dives into our archives from Jason Bischoff-Wurstle, our Director of Photo Archives.


FACTORY WEEKLY

New Haven Museum presents a What Were We Thinking Films series:

FACTORY Weekly, a 10-week dive into the underground, post-industrial history of the New Haven Clock Company Factory with “FACTORY” exhibit curator Jason Bischoff-Wurstle. Featuring new archival photos and documentary footage.

Upcoming Events

Events on November 30, 2020
MUSEUM CLOSED
Starts: 12:00 am
Ends: December 1, 2020 - 12:00 am

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