Academy Hall Museum 785 Old Main Street Rocky Hill, CT 06067​        

History of a River Town and its People

snail mail: P.O. Box 185

​​​phone: (860) 563-6704

   Nonprofit 501 (C) (3)

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The Rocky Hill Historical Society wants to thank the generosity and support of all our members, particularly our sustaining members: Jenny and Skip Rivard, Louise Cullmann, Robert and Suzanne Pettit, Peter and Karen Marcato, Victor G and Jeanette Fraulo.

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“The Academy Hall, a pleasing federal style building erected in 1803 by Abraham Jaggers, is one of the few early nineteenth century educational structures with little altered exterior remaining in Connecticut. The building occupies an important place in the history of education in Rocky Hill since almost continuously between 1803 and 1941 it housed local educational Institutions. It is also an important landmark in the social history of the community since its upstairs served for many years as a community meeting hall. Currently, Academy Hall continues its educational function as the home of the museum of the Rocky Hill Historical Society.”
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Academy Hall

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Academy Hall Museum

785 Old Main Street
Rocky Hill, CT 06067


   Tuesdays: 10:00-12:00

   Saturdays: 12:30- 3:00

   Or... by appointment

   Admission to the Museum is FREE!​​


​Rocky Hill Historical Society