Lebanon Historical Society Museum

Explore our campus and discover 10,000 years of local history and dig into Lebanon’s past at your own pace. Visit exhibits, become a Revolutionary War soldier in our hands-on history room, research a Lebanon ancestor or join a volunteer touring our historic buildings. Open year-round Wed. – Sat. 12 – 4 pm. Tours of the Jonathan Trumbull Jr. House, Beaumont House and Pastor’s Library on Saturday afternoon’s mid-May through Mid October. Call for schedule. Special events include a celebration of traditional crafts on the second Saturday in June for Connecticut Open House Day and our annual antique show on the Lebanon Green held the last Saturday in September. Visit www.historyoflebanon.org for details on these and other programs.

It’s Tradition! Mark your calendar for two of our annual outdoor events. Celebration of Traditional Crafts on Saturday, June 11 from 10am to 3pm. Demonstrations and hands-on activities. Antique car rides. Event is free. Food available for purchase. The 55th Annual Antique Show on the Lebanon Green on Saturday, September 24 from 9am to 3pm. $5 admission. Homemade pies and chowders sold. Visit our website for details on these events and check for newly added events.

Anytime you’d like you can walk the mile-long Lebanon Green and head over to the Lebanon Historical Museum campus for a self-guided History Walk.

One of the locations to get your National Park Service Passport Stamped in The Last Green Valley!


  • Arts/Entertainment
  • Education
  • History & Museums
  • NPS Passport Stamp Location
  • Outdoor Extras


856 Trumbull Hwy.
Lebanon, CT 06249