Closed for the season:
September 15th June 15, 2013 th
Monday - Closed
Tuesday - Open 1-4
Wednesday - Closed
Thursday - Open 1-4
Friday - Closed
Saturday - Closed
Sunday - Closed
Open Wi-fi Site and computers located at:
75 Regent St. Chester
Lordly House Museum located at: 133 Central St.
Chester Municipal Heritage Society
The Society was formed in 1981 and operates with a board of directors and members at large. Since inception the CMHS has acquired the Chester Train Station, rebuilt the Lightfoote tower, and gained control through purchase or lease of a complete village block.
Come and enjoy Lordly Park at the corner of Central and Union Streets in the village. Have a picnic, enjoy the wet land area, toss washers, play a game of horse shoes, it is only limited by your imagination.
We are now engaged in the securing funding for a stragetic and business plan for the society.
-Achieve the protection and preservation of Lordly Park's environmental resource and beauty for use by community members of all ages.
-Restore Lordly House, an exceptional heritage treasure to museum standards
-Develop Lordly House for important community and educational use, including year round operation as a museum complex, public archive, genealogical research centre, historical exhibition space, and youth and community education centre.
Website layout created by: Louise Stimson
Coming up at the Heritage Society
Main Steets of the Municipality Photo Display
American Connection on line
Oak Island Display Reopens
Artisan's Gallery Reopens
Plan to visit us this summer