The Groton Historical Society has been preserving Groton history since it was founded in the early 1930s.
The Groton Historical Society is committed to the preservation of the history of Groton, providing genealogical and historical research and education, preserving the historic Peter Paul house and having fun!
Meetings are held at the Peter Paul House at 1203 Scott Highway in Groton on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 PM from April through October.
Become a member and receive the quarterly newsletter in your inbox or mailbox and get discounts on books and calendars.
Individual one year: $15.00, Family one year $35.00, Lifetime $150
Mail check to PO Box 89, Groton, VT 05046
Tours of the Peter Paul House are available upon request.
The Groton Historical Society is authorized to accept donations for the sole use of the Society to keep and exhibit to the general public. The Groton Historical Society may exchange duplicate items, loan items to other museums and/or determine the disposition of such donations that are not considered appropriate for storage or exhibition. If an item is loaned or donated, The Groton Historical Society is considered free of any and all liability or claims arising out of keeping and exhibiting the loaned or donated property. Before a donation can be accepted, a signed donation form must be completed.