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Quinnipiac Dawnland Museum

Open Hours

Saturdays 10-2 pm

Sundays 1-4 pm

The Quinnipiac Dawnland Museum at the Dudley Farm tells the story of the Quinnipiac People and their ancestors from the end of the Ice Age (14,000 years ago) to their dispersal to join other Indigenous groups and Connecticut and beyond following the arrival of the Dutch and English beginning in the 17th Century.

Book Your Celebration

The Munger Barn is the perfect place to host your wedding, rehearsal dinner, party or meeting. The barn and parking lot accomodate 85 guests and events can be booked between May and October.

Farmers' Market

The Farmers’ Market not only reflects an old-time practice of selling produce at a roadside stand, it also provides an opportunity to build a community of supporters who return again and again to the Dudley Farm.

Farm & Gardens

The Dudley Farm has an herb garden, an organic community garden with 19 plots, a flower garden containing antique varieties of roses and peonies, as well as animals. Explore the gardens at Dudley today!

Farm House

The Dudley Farm Museum is located on the northeast corner of Routes 77 and 80 at 2351 Durham Road.

Museum Events

The Dudley Farm Museum is located on the northeast corner of Routes 77 and 80 at 2351 Durham Road.

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Grounds open to the public daily —dawn to dusk

Audio tour available with QR code on Farm Map in Parking lot

Museums and Exhibits Saturdays 10-2 pm and Sundays 1-4 pm

Farmhouse additionally open Thursday and Fridays 10-2 pm

 

Dawnland Museum

Saturdays 10-2 pm

Sundays 1-4 pm

 

Special hours or group tours by arrangement.

Events / News

Farm News

Member of the New England Museum Association (NEMA), Connecticut League of History Organizations (CLHO), and the Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums (ALFHAM) Passport To Guilford History Guilford’s

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New Milk House and Cows

Miss Molly, our Guernsey cow, arrived this week  and has been uncrated and getting comfortable in the barn. She traveled 1800 miles from Texas to be with us! Soon she

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New Granary and Workshop Exhibit

This project was made possible though Museum Makeover, a program of Conservation ConneCTion and the Connecticut League of History Organizations with a grant from the CT Cultural Fund, administered by CT Humanities. Learn

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