THOMPSON CHOCOLATE – An Exhibit at the Meriden Historical Society’s Museum

424 West Main Street – Meriden, CT 06451

Every Sunday in October 11:00 am – 3:00 pm .

The Andrews Homestead, Meriden Historical Society’s museum, will be open to the public every Sunday in October  11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Dedicated to the the history of our city’s manufacturing era, the museum is chuck-full-of examples of items made here in town. Come see our newest acquisitions.

In conjunction with Thompson Chocolates 140th anniversary, a special section is dedicated to THOMPSON CHOCOLATE the Meriden Confectioner who advanced from a local ice-cream vendor and a candy manufacturer to a world renown chocolatier.

The Andrews Homestead shares a parking lot with the Benjamin Franklin School. By permission of the Police Depart, for this exhibit – Sundays only, you may disregard the “do-not-enter” sign posted at the West Main Street entrance to the parking lot.

Admission is free – donations are greatly appreciated.