The NCCHP Museum at the Drum Shop is located at 42 Water Street in Granville and is open for tours on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month from 12pm to 3:00pm.
Tours for groups of ten or more are available weekdays by appointment. Call (413) 357-6321.
Museum admission is free for NCCHP members; Non-members: $5 for adults and $3 for children.
The Gift Shop features hand crafted items made by local artists, potters, woodcrafters, quilters, authors and more! The Gift Shop is open weekdays year round from 9:00am to 4:00pm as well as whenever the museum is open for tours.
October 19th - Kevin Johnson portrays
Freeman – The Fight To Set a People Free”
October 19th at 6:30PM – The NCCHP is proud to present the final Living History program of 2016: “The
Fight to Set People Free”. Kevin Johnson from the CT State Library
will appear in costume and dynamically reenact the life and times of
Jordan Freeman. Jordan Freeman, a native of Old Lyme, was an African
American body servant of Col William Ledyard during the Revolutionary War and
witnessed key events of the war for independence.
Living History programs at the NCCHP museum are made possible in part thanks to
a grant from the Granville Cultural Council and by donations from members and
friends of the museum. Thank you for your continued support in
2016. Light refreshments will be served following the program.
Flyer on the Jordan Freeman program
museum is located in the historic buildings of the Noble & Cooley Toy
Drum company at 42 Water Street in Granville. For more information visit
the NCCHP website www.ncchp.org or call