Middletown Springs, Vermont

The Historical Society

The Middletown Springs Historical Society collects, preserves and exhibits community history at its museum in the historic Adams House on the Green in Middletown Springs and at the Mineral Springs Park nearby on Burdock Avenue

Visit Us

The Adams House is located at 10 Park Avenue. The museum is open on Sundays, 2-4 p.m., from Memorial Day through October, and by appointment. The Historical Society presents several public events each year for educational and fundraising purposes. It also offers seasonal and ongoing exhibits. The Mineral Springs Park, located at 11 Burdock Avenue, is open to the public during daylight hours year-round.

Grover parents and children with goat and cart in front of their farmhouse.
Katie and Will Grover and friends pose in front of their farmhouse in 1907 with their daughters Lucy and Hazel sitting in a new goat cart harnessed to Hazel’s pet Angora goat, Billy.

New Exhibit in 2023

In the planning stages is a new exhibit about childhood in Middletown Springs, 1850-1950. It will feature children’s toys, furniture, apparel, photographs, and diaries from the museum collection. The exhibit will open at the Strawberry Festival in June 2023.

Website Volunteer Needed

If you can’t get enough of social media, we have a great volunteer opportunity! Our new WordPress website will benefit from additional content and updates to keep it fresh and worthy of frequent visits. 

About the Website Project

Wooden box with slats. Might be a file of some sort.

Once in a while we discover items in our collection that we cannot identify. For example, this wooden filing box, a museum purchase from a Middletown Springs auction, is a mystery. What might have been stored on these graduated shelves? Please contact us if you know the answer!

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