About

Welcome to the Rocky Hill Historical Society blog. Here you can explore the history of the town of Rocky Hill, Connecticut and learn about the Society which seeks to preserve its history.

The Society is located at the Academy Hall building on Old Main Street in Rocky Hill. The museum is open year round on Saturdays 12:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m, on Tuesdays, 10 a.m. to Noon, and by appointment. During the months of May through to October, it is also open in the evening of the fourth Thursdays of July, August, and September, 7 – 9 p.m.

In addition to housing important historical documents, exhibits, and artifacts, the Society also offers Rocky Hill memorabilia such as holiday ornaments, postcards, and clothing for sale. Various documents about Rocky Hill are available as well. More information on Rocky Hill memorabilia can be found on the “Store” page.

Becoming a member of the Rocky Hill Historical Society helps to support its efforts to maintain the archives, the Academy Hall building and interesting events that are sponsored throughout the year. Become a member today and enjoy the benefits, camaraderie, and learn about Rocky Hill’s interesting history!

To contact the Society:

Telephone: (860) 563-6704

Email: info@rockyhillhistory.us

2 Responses to “About”

  1. Elaine Lamothe Says:

    Hi,

    Question you may be able to ans. My grandmother, Christine Hurd, (maybe took back maiden name Colligan) ran or owned a hotel in Rocky Hills around 1943, 44. I do not know the name of the hotel but may have heard it. Is it possible you could tell me which hotel she had, or give me a list of the hotel from that time?
    My mother, Hazel Hurd, took my sister with her to Rocky Hills so she could work there while my father was in the Navy. I was left with my other grandparents in Newport, NH.

    • steadyjohn Says:

      Ms Lamothe: I will pass your question to society members most likely to know the information you seek. You will receive a reply in a few days. Thanks for visiting our web site.
      Webmaster

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