• Kingman Tavern Museum

    The museum is an early 1800’s house made up of seventeen rooms which were once a tavern. There is also a replica of a 1900 country store, a two-story barn, a carriage shed, and an 1840’s cover mill. The thousands of articles that fill the building reflect the life that has been lived in the small hill town for the Read more [...]

  • Bisbee Mill Museum

    The building at 3 North Road is a 1 1/2 story frame building, constructed circa 1821 and formerly served as a stable and carriage house for the residence of Oliver Edwards, a former local merchant and a member of the State Legislature in the 1830’s. It survived a fire in 1899 which destroyed the main house and for a short Read more [...]

  • Westhampton Blacksmith Shop Museum

    This museum has something for everyone.  The front room is an authentic 19th century blacksmith shop, filled with tools of that trade and displays of carpentry, leather-working and tinsmithing tools.  The next room houses the only Loudville Lead Mine exhibit in existence where visitors can view maps and sketches of the various mining operations in Loudville over three centuries. The Read more [...]

  • William Cullen Bryant Homestead

    Now Trustee-owned, the serene vista of the Westfield River Valley that inspired one of America’s greatest poets. William Cullen Bryant’s verse celebrates this quintessential American landscape, and helped inspire the 19th-century land conservation movement. From 1865 until his death in 1878, Bryant summered here at his boyhood home, today a National Historic Landmark. He converted the two-story farmhouse into a Read more [...]