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Did you know the Danbury Museum has an online shop? Well, we do! And it's the best and easiest way to show support for both our hometown and the Danbury Museum. We've uploaded many designs to our TeePublic Shop--think Danbury Fair, classic Danbury views, Danbury Crowns Them All, and more!--plus the museum gets a cut of each and every sale--whether you buy a mug, a tote, or a T-shirt!
With the holidays ahead, TeePublic makes it easy to order your Danbury-themed merchandise and have it shipped directly to your friends and family. Contact-free one-stop shopping!
In coordination with the City of Danbury and Mayor Mark Boughton, the Danbury Museum is pleased to promote the official merch of the John Oliver Memorial Sewer Plant in Danbury, CT, designed by Christopher Mihaly.
25% of the profits from the sales of all John Oliver Memorial Sewer Plant items will be donated to the Danbury Food Collaborative.
As you may be aware, the State of CT has declared a public health emergency in response to COVID-19.
Due to current guidance from the Danbury Health Department and in the interest of protecting the high-risk populations we serve and the
high-risk populations who volunteer for us, the Danbury Museum is canceling all programs, events, rentals, historic house tours, exhibition viewings, and outreach activities during the month of March. The Danbury Museum will not be accommodating onsite research.
If your community group has booked rental space at the Danbury Museum to meet, we will be in contact to reschedule. Our interest is to continue serving our community while maintaining the safety and health of our staff, volunteers, and public.
We will continue to communicate any further impacts to the Danbury Museum as a result of COVID-19. In the meantime, as a reminder, the Danbury Museum has several social media platforms and will endeavor to supply a higher volume of content over the next few weeks.
Please follow us at:
Facebook: Danbury Museum & Historical Society
Thank you for your patience as we work through this developing situation together.
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In honor of their 170th anniversary, the Savings Bank of Danbury will sponsor Phase III of the rehabilitation of the Charles Ives Home, an important piece of Danbury and the Bank’s history.
“This project is only possible because the Savings Bank of Danbury chose to tell the story of their history through our Danbury Museum,” said Brigid Guertin, Executive Director of the Danbury Museum and Historical Society. “Their story is part of the history of Danbury and they continue to be a strong supporter and member of our community. The result of our efforts will be a world class destination that we can all be proud of.”
Read the full text of the press release HERE.