Town Hall will be closed on Friday, November 24, 2017.

Wrentham Historical Commission

The Old Fiske Museum is located just off the town common at 55 East St. here in the center of Wrentham.

Each month we feature different artifacts from Wrentham's History and display them for all to enjoy!

Our Next Open House at the Old Fiske Museum  will be Sunday August 6th, 10am-1pm.  The Museum will also be open on Wrentham Day, September 6th from 10am-2pm.

The Historical Commission is working to preserve Wrentham's heritage.

The historic Wampum house, one of the oldest buildings in Wrentham and one of the oldest towns in Massachusetts, is being rennovated and preserved. The commission through private contributions and volunteer efforts, has improved and continues to improve this Colonial property. When driving by Wampum Corner take a look at the house. 

Interested in getting a historic marker on your home? Check out our Plaque Program.

Questions? Please feel free to contact us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Members

We welcome our newest member Kim Shipala.

Gregory Stahl, Chairman
Leo Baldyga, Vice Chairman
Susan Harris, Treasurer and Secretary
Marion Cafferky
William Keyes
Alex Leonard
Kim Shipala

Historical Commission Meetings

Our meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of each month. Meetings start at 7:00 pm Old Fiske Museum, 55 East Street. All meetings are open to the public.

(The Wrentham Historical Commission is not to be confused with the Wrentham Historical Society. The society was a private club which was dissolved in 2013. The Commission is a body of Town government, its members being appointed by the Board of Selectmen.) The commission is looking for member to join our board. Please apply with the Board of Selectmen.