The Grafton Historical Society Museum is full of artifacts, documents, and displays from Grafton’s manufacturing and farming days. There are also numerous personal items preserved, ranging from elegant ladies dresses and china, to civil war diaries and uniforms. There are brand new shoe samples from Grafton’s shoe factories, historically accurate dioramas of the mills and town center and even furniture manufactured in Grafton. The archives are available for research by appointment.
It is time to welcome guests back! If you have been fully vaccinated feel free to enter with no mask. The museum offers the oppertunity to have 3 or 6 feet social distancing. Booking an appointment is encouraged but not necessary.
- Tuesday 2:00 – 4:00 pm
- Sunday 2:00 – 4:00 pm
- Closed holidays.
You can also visit by appointment: call us ahead of time at (508) 839-0000, text or call (508) 320-1173 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
See some of the Exhibits we have had on display at the museum.
The alcove of the museum has several dioramas adjacent to the public research desk, as seen in this video: