Events & Exhibitions
Find out what’s on at the Museum, from current and upcoming exhibitions, to guided tours, workshops, children’s activities and events.
Silhouettes are back!!
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
The Museum of Darien Is happy to announce the return of "The Silhouette Lady". Orders can be done on-line at: TheSilhouetteLady.com or in person December 18th, 10am - 3pm
Champagne Art Show Opening & Holiday Gala
$40 members; $50 non-members
Art Show is open to the public December 7th to January 13th. Opening hours: 11 to 4 pm, Tuesday through Thursday. Museum of Darien, 45 Old Kings HIghway North
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
JOIN US AT THE MUSEUM OF DARIEN ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 25TH AT 6 P.M. PERFECT FOR FAMILIES WITH KIDS AGE 6 & UP! SIGN UP TODAY
Darien’s Heritage Day
(Rain date: October 24) Darien’s history comes to life this fall with a Revolutionary celebration — an all-day family event featuring colonial demonstrations!
MoD’s Annual Meeting
We'll be capping off an eventful year, sharing some exciting upcoming happenings, thanking some old friends and welcoming new ones!
Join Us Thursday, June 10 from 11 to 3 (Rain date Friday, June 11) MoD Quilts A one-day event to enjoy a sampling from our prized quilt collection as we continue the tradition of airing the quilts.
Where’s the Whaleboat?
All Aboard! The Whaleboat Middlesex embarks on some exciting new adventures this summer!
Manners Make the Difference! Back by Popular Demand
$90/series - $60 each additional child / $35 individual session - $25 each additional child
Tuesdays from 4:30—5:30 pm May 11 & 18 and June 8 The Museum of Darien cordially invites children ages 6 to 10 to join Robin and Ed Poska, Directors of the Cotillion of Fairfield County, for a fun-filled series of interactive lessons to reinforce good manners!
History Close to Home
Book Club & Author Event
Book Club & Author Event
Join our book club and read about the history that surrounds us! Book group is currently limited to 12 people and coordinated with public author events co-sponsored with Darien Library.
Darien 1820 — New Town, New Times
What was it like to live in Darien 200 years ago? As the town celebrates its 200th birthday it’s an opportune time to ask the question. A new commemorative book, Darien 1820 — New Town, New Times by Darien Historical Society Historian Ken Reiss, costs $27, and is available at Barrett Bookstore, which recently reopened its store at 6 Corbin Drive.