email: infoRHhistory@gmail.com​

​Rocky Hill Historical Society

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

Protecting, Promoting, and Preserving the History of Rocky Hill, CT 

snail mail: P.O. Box 185

​​​phone: (860) 563-6704

   Nonprofit 501 (C) (3)

​Rocky Hill Parks and Rec Summer Campers digging into our website

You came to the right place. This page provides a general overview of where to look. If you need a hand get in touch.


1. Start with our Website. You're already here. The pulldown windows unveil a tremendous amount of information. Download as you wish. View About RHHS, explore the Research options, attend one of our Events, view our Historic Places and our Collection, and check out the Store. It's all free, except for the store. Email us. We love to share Rocky Hill history.


2. Look on our Rocky Hill's Town Historian Page. You can search his entire Archives  - read his  History of Rocky Hill - buy his Books -  and even ask him a Question


3. Check out our Books on Rocky Hill in our Store: "A Short History of Rocky Hill, Connecticut", "Looking Back at Rocky Hill,"  "Images of Rocky Hill," "Rocky Hill in WWI."


4. You can search our Collections: that's all of our Objects, Photos & Archives. Open one of the inventories and type what you're looking for in the search window, or use "control F." To view items in our collection contact us.


5. Visit  Academy Hall Museum and our Ethel Miner Cooke Research Library. Our friendly volunteers are ready to help you find what you're looking for. Our first floor is filled with informative museum displays and thousands of historic photos are searchable. Our research library on the second floor is staffed by librarians that can assist you in learning about your Rocky HIll family and much more. We are even open by appointment.


6. Other Ideas for Researching Rocky Hill

Connecticut Historical Society​

Connecticut State Library

Dinosaur State Park

Friends of the State Archaeology

​Rocky Hill Life Archives

Wethersfield Historical Society - Rocky Hill was part of Wethersfield up to 1843

Analyzing Native American artifacts 

Researching Rocky Hill?

Contact

The Rocky Hill Historical Society 

infoRHhistory@gmail.com

860-563-6704