Planning your visit to the Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House

The Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House is a National Historic Landmark and is open to visitors seasonally, May through October, and other times by appointment.  The home serves as the headquarters of the Stonington Historical Society and offices are open year round.   

The Captain Palmer House is located adjacent to the Woolworth Library and Research Center.

40 Palmer Street    Stonington, CT  06378

The Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House is open for the season on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays.  Guided tours are given at 1:002:003:00, and 4:00pm

Admission to the Old Lighthouse Museum is included in your ticket price:
$10 adults, $6 children
$25 Family Rate
Free to Members  
Group rates are available. 


Phone: (860) 535-8445 ext. 30
E-mail: museums@stoningtonhistory.org

The Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House is open seasonally from May - October and by appointment.  We welcome school groups and bus tours by appointment and at discounted rates.  Please call (860) 535-8445 for more information on rates and current operating hours. 

The Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House

HOW TO FIND US

The Captain Palmer House is located at 40 Palmer Street in Stonington, CT. Take Exit 91 on I-95 from either direction. Turn south on Route 234 (Pequot Trial) 0.4 miles to left turn at North Main Street and proceed 1.5 miles to traffic light at intersection with Route 1. Turn right on Route 1. Turn left at next traffic light onto North Water Street (Route 1A). Immediately across Lambert's Cove and after the Pine Point Bridge, the Captain Palmer House will be on your left.  Park in the Woolworth Library parking area next door to house.