200 Main Street, Wethersfield CT 06109
What the Center Offers:
Visitor Information such as Maps, List of Attractions, and Historical Exhibitions. The Center has public bathrooms, drinking fountain, Museum & Shop, and is Wheelchair Accessible.
Free Visitor Parking
You can park in the rear of the building which is located in the center of the Old Village just a few steps from the Shops, Museums, and a variety of places to eat or grab a drink.
About the Keeney Center
This handsome brick and brownstone building was erected in 1893 to serve as a public high school and has served a variety of community functions over time. In partnership with the Town of Wethersfield, the Wethersfield Historical Society began a million dollar renovation in 1985 to create a new cultural center. The building is named for Navy Ensign Robert Allan Keeney, recognized a leadership gift to the project by Wethersfield patron Emma Keeney.
Event Rentals: Visit the Historical Society's Website for further information on renting space at the Keeney Center for Meeting/Workshop, Wedding, Reception or Party, Dinner, Dance or Performance