Gordon S. Miller Museum

 Built in 2002, the Miller Barn contains farm machinery and farm implements used in Northford/North Branford in the 18th 19th and early 20th centuries. Artifacts discovered in local archaeological digs sponsored by the society are also located here.

 The museum is named for Gordon S. Miller, a long time resident of Northford and President of the Historical Society for many years. George Senercia,from Northford Timber Framers, designed and made the timbers for the Gordon Miller Barn in the traditional post and beam   

The museum is open to the public one Saturday a month from 9 AM to 12 Noon during spring, summer, and fall months.