The Mattatuck Museum offers walk-in tours

WATERBURY – The Mattatuck Museum offers 30-minute walk-in tours on Saturdays. Staff guide patrons through the museum’s special exhibits, collection gallery, or historical exhibit. After the visit, visitors can continue to explore the museum on their own.

Saturday, July 2: Visit to the history collection of the Mattatuck Museum

Saturday July 9: Tour of the Wrecks: Duty of Remembrance

Saturday July 16: Visit of the Garden

Saturday July 23: Mystery & Benevolence Tour: Masonic Folk Arts and Odd Fellows

Saturday July 30: Visit of the permanent art collection of the Mattatuck Museum


Located in the heart of Waterbury’s downtown architectural district, the Mattatuck Museum is a vibrant destination, known locally and regionally as a community-focused institution of American art and history.

The collections span the history of American art from the colonial era to the present day with particular assets in the history of the Naugatuck Valley and Connecticut artists, as well as artists from around the world representing the diversity of its community. The collection includes more than 8,000 objects, including paintings, unique works on paper, photographs and sculptures.

The Mattatuck has embarked on a $9 million renovation project to redesign the museum while continuing to be a welcoming, inclusive, empowering and nurturing community anchor. The “new” Mattatuck Museum, designed by Ann Beha Architects, includes an extensive 14,000 square foot renovation of existing space and an addition of nearly 7,000 square feet to improve public access, educational programming, storage collections and exhibitions.

The Mattatuck Museum is located on the Green in Waterbury, CT at 144 West Main Street. The Museum is open Monday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with additional hours on Thursday evening until 7 p.m.

The Mattatuck Museum website (mattmuseum.org) outlines the museum’s updated guidelines for visitors, including what to expect when you visit, cleaning and safety protocols, and frequently asked questions. Face masks are not required indoors. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more updates and content.

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