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Planning Your Visit
 

Planning Your Visit

Visiting the Lebanon Historical Society Museum and Visitor Center

856 Trumbull Highway, Lebanon, CT 06249
860-642-6579

Museum Hours: Wednesday through Saturday 12:00 to 4:00
2nd Saturday of June 10:00 to 4:00

Library & Archives: Wednesday - Friday 12:00 to 4:00 or
Saturdays by appointment


The Lebanon Historical Society Museum and Visitor Center are located on the east side of the Lebanon Green in a cluster of low grey-green buildings.  The street address is 856 Trumbull Highway.  Free parking is available adjacent to the Museum and the Main Entrance in on the paved patio near the parking area.


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While you’re in Lebanon you might want to visit some of the Revolutionary War sites around the Green.  Several of these are museums and open to the public.  For further information, click here.

If you will be in eastern Connecticut for a day or more, there are many historical societies, art or history museums, and other places of interest.  For information about some of these sites, please click here.

Before Your Visit

To learn more about Lebanon’s role in the American Revolution as the location of Governor Jonathan Trumbull’s War Office where the Connecticut Council of Safety met from 1775 to 1781 and the place where French dragoons under the command of the Duc de Lauzon spent the winter in 1780-1781, please click here.

From the time the first English settlers arrived in the late 1600s, Lebanon has been a primarily an agricultural town.  Over more than three centuries as new groups moved into the community, each had an impact on how farming was done.  If you would like to learn more about the history of agriculture in Lebanon, please click here.