Museum of Andover History

The Museum of Andover History has over 100 enlarged and enhanced photographs, maps, documents, and paintings of Andover and its people from past years.  It also contains a huge mural painted by local artists that shows major events in Andover's history from the 1600s on.  Another area has antiques and other articles that will help people understand the life style of past generations.

The Museum is located in the Old Town Hall on Monument Lane.  The Museum can be seen from Rt. 6 and is near the intersection of Rt.6 and Rt. 316 (Hebron Rd.). Next to the Veterans Monument Park and Rails to Trails (East Coast Greenway) Bridge. 

Museum is open periodically and will be posted on the town website calendar & Facebook page. Please call the Town Historian Scott Yeomans at 860-742-5473 to setup an individual visit.

Click here to visit the Museum of Andover History website.
Click here to visit the Andover Historical Society website.
Click here to follow the Andover Historical Society Facebook page.

town hall museum museum sign

museum sign  museum door

(Bottom two photographs by Scott Chiappetta of Chiappetta Photography