Experience how Weston and surrounding communities met the challenge of World War at home and overseas. View the exhibit on Sundays from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. through April 1st.
The Coley Homestead, home of the Weston Historical Society dates back to the early 19th century. Today it is a lively and timeless venue for historic and current events and well established permanent exhibits.
The Society’s oral history collection, dating from the 1970s to the present, keeps our past vibrantly alive and creates a community portrait that helps articulate Weston’s “DNA”.
We are committed to preserving Weston’s
unique 300 year history by collecting,
restoring and archiving artifacts, documents,
memorabilia, oral histories, and real estate
such as the Coley Homestead.
We celebrate our agricultural, industrial and cultural heritage by holding a full schedule of events, tours, lectures and exhibits that engages and entertains the community and greater public.
Our mission is to educate and enlighten our children, the community and general public by serving students and teachers directly and as a resource for all others seeking historical information.