The Hurlbutt Street Schoolhouse was built in 1834 as a school for young children in the area to attend, and is now a museum for all ages to visit and enjoy.
The Hurlbutt Street Schoolhouse Association has been taking care of the Hurlbutt Street Schoolhouse for many years. Learn more about the schoolhouse.
Learn about the extensive history of “Our Little Schoolhouse’ dating back to its beginning in 1834. Schools have come a long way since the people of Wilton built the schoolhouse.
In The News
The Hurlbutt Street Schoolhouse has been in the news many times over the last few years. Read the articles about “Our Little Schoolhouse.”
Once a year the Hurlbutt Street Schoolhouse hosts an Open House in conjunction with Ambler Farm during their Ambler Farm Day event.
Check out our photo gallery including photos from our Open House events, a Gingerbread House contest and some of our class trips and more.
The Hurlbutt Street Schoolhouse Association is a non-profit organization created to look after the upkeep of the schoolhouse and to act as a living museum for the town of Wilton.