Warwick Historical Society
Welcome to The Warwick Historical Society. There is something for everyone here!
Enjoy our exhibits, curator’s talks, and our many festive celebrations including our George Washington Day and our famous Under The Tent fundraiser.
Our holdings range from the 17th-21st century and include photographs, postcards, maps and newspapers. Documents including deeds, letters, manuscripts and journals, reports and memoirs.
Our educational children’s programs include Traveling Trunk, tours of Society buildings and much more!
Events & News
The Historical Society of the Town of Warwick will hold its 45th Annual Evening Under the Tent in Lewis Park. What started as an end-of-summer party, has now become the Society’s major fundraiser.
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The Historical Society of the Town of Warwick has internship opportunities available for college and graduate students, including teaching and supervising children ages 8 to 12 as part of our History Camp program. Read More.
History in the Making!
It all began as a small group of locals gathered in the 1810 House with a shared mission: to protect, preserve and promote the rich heritage of the Town of Warwick and its villages. The year was 1906 and the first few meetings revolved around establishing a name to support the mission.