The Shrewsbury Historical Society Museum
is located in the former Cuttingsville Church on Route 103 in the heart of Cuttingsville. 
Open on Sundays, 1 to 3 p.m., July through October

 the museum is free and wheelchair accessible. 

On display are 19th century Shrewsbury artifacts including furniture, costumes, photographs, books, diaries, toys and more. The collection also includes video and audio tapes of townspeople and special events, and current Shrewsbury history in scrapbook form. 

The history book, “Shrewsbury – Our Town As It Was” is available in soft cover for $20.  It can be found at the Town Clerk’s Office and Museum during hours.  Or by mail, add $6 for postage and handling and send your name, address and check to: Shrewsbury Historical Society, 5419 Route 103, Cuttingsville, VT 05738

The Historical Society meets at the museum on the third Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. from May to October. Appointments to visit the museum can be made by contacting the secretary at 492-3324,  e-mail:ruthcon1@vermontel.net, or visit us at:www.shrewsburyhistoricalsociety.com.