Welcome to the Pelham Historical Society and a fascinating glimpse into how Pelham, Massachusetts, helped shape the nation and the world we live in today. A program of events throughout the year, archives for research, and a new museum exhibit—open on Sunday afternoons this summer—are your windows into the past. From early Scotch-Irish settlers to today’s citizens, Pelham residents have made an impact on the world far beyond their rural town’s borders. Follow Pelham’s story. At times it echoes the history of other rural New England communities—at other times, it is quite unique. Attend an event, visit the museum, or share your talents as a volunteer!
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The Pelham Historical Society Museum is OPEN Today
Jul 14 2024 ~ 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

The Pelham Historical Society Museum is always FREE and is OPEN select Sunday Afternoons (1:30 to 4:30 p.m.) From June 2 through September 29 2024.
Check our website for updated information on special Sunday Museum activities for young and old alike!

The Historical Complex grounds are open year round dawn to dusk.

Jul 14 2024 ~ 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

*Second Sundays: Knitters and Crocheters are invited to bring their projects

Walk Along Robinson Road
Jul 14 2024 ~ 1:30 pm

Join Linda Campbell Hanscom and David Boyden as they lead us on a walk along historic Robinson Road to rediscover the abandoned cellar hole of namesake Amaziah Robinson and other historical sites.

Meeting at the Buffam Brook Community Forest Parking Area on North Valley Road
Please Car Pool. NOTE: The parking area is ONLY reachable from the South. The North Valley Road Bridge is closed from the North.

For more information contact David Boyden at 860-653-4140.