The mission of the Old Lyme Historical Society, Incorporated, is to collect, preserve, and interpret the rich history of Old Lyme, Connecticut and its environs for
the benefit of residents and visitors.
Aspects of cultural, economic, social, and architectural life in Old Lyme from the earliest settlements to the present are here for the public to view through the internet, exhibits, walking tours, and original publications.
Back Row: John Pote, Nicholas Westbrook, Ross W. Higgins, Mark Lander, Jill Pilgrim, Mark Terwilliger, Mary Ellen Jewett, Cynthia Taylor, Michaelle Pearson, Robert DiNapoli and James Meehan. Middle Row: Skip Beebe, Kevin Cole, Alison Mitchell, Sandra Joncus and Ted Freeman. Front Row: Dawn McCarthy, Edie Twining, Ann Marie Jewett, Katie Balocca and Elaine Stiles. Not Shown: Tim Griswold, Matthew LaConti, Todd Machnik and Andi Williams. (Photograph by James Meehan)
We are an active board of 20+ local residents working on a variety of projects, installations, archiving and events to support the mission of the Old Lyme Historical Society.
We'd love to have you become a member and volunteer with us!