The Princeton Historical Society was organized in 1937 for the purpose of encouraging antiquarian research and historical study. The Society presents numerous public programs throughout the year.Learn more »
Our current featured exhibit is "Old Greeting Cards." You can view this expansive collection online or in person at the Woodward Room. This is part of our initative to highlight various parts of our collection.Learn more »
Plan your visit to the Princeton Historical Society. We have two locations: the Anita Chapman Local History Room (research library/archives) and Museum Room (physical artifacts).Learn more »
Support us in furthering the preservation and presentation of Princeton's history by becoming a member, making a monetary donation, or joining our volunteer team.Learn more »
Purchase Princeton history products online. We are the only historical society in the Wachusett region with an online store. All proceeds benefit the Princeton Historical Society.Learn more »
Did You Know?
Did You Know? At one time the basement of the stone house once owned by Mr. Byam Whitney (264 Mirick Rd) served as a schoolroom. Today, it is owned by the Washburn’s.Learn more »