Take Back The Past ... Bring It Into The Future

Join the Huntington Homestead Museum now and help us preserve Huntington's birthplace and build a museum that will keep the foundations of our nation's freedoms alive for future generations.

We have been fortunate to receive grants to conduct archaeological research, perform restoration work, and purchase additional acreage.

The prospect for future grants is promising, but we need your help. Your donations are urgently needed as only a fraction of grant money can be used for operating expenses, such as the mortgage payment or the electric bill; development of school and youth programs; administrative costs; and general maintenance.

You can help!

We believe the development of the Museum and the preservation of the Homestead to be worthy goals. Please show your support by becoming a member, renewing your membership and/or making a donation of any amount. Whether or not you are able to make a monetary donation, please consider volunteering your time.

Thank you for your support of the Huntington Homestead Museum.


Basic memberships range from $12 to $35 per year. Membership includes a subscription to The Signature newsletter, a 10% discount on Museum Store purchases, free admission to the museum, discounted admission to special events, and our undying gratitude.


SPECIAL MEMBERSHIPS: Membership at the below levels includes all the regular benefits plus two free admissions to special events and programs, recognition in the newsletter and special events programs, and special invitations to events and programs.


NOTE: Donations are tax-deductible. Checks should be made payable to The Governor Samuel Huntington Trust, Inc.

to support the Huntington Homestead Museum.

Kindly print this form and mail it to:
Gov. Samuel Huntington Trust
P.O. Box 231
Scotland, CT 06264

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The Huntington Homestead is owned and operated by the Governor Samuel Huntington Trust, Inc., P.O. Box 231, Scotland, CT 06264. A non-profit corporation formed in 1994, the Trust is authorized by the IRS to receive tax-exempt contributions. This site has been made possible by a grant from the Connecticut Society of the Cincinnati.
This page last modified on 04/29/2018.