Lyndon Area Historical Society
The Lyndon Area Historical Society seeks to reaffirm the commitment to preserve the Lyndon Congregational Church and preserve and archive Lyndon’s venerable history. Great efforts have gone into the restoration of the building’s 130 year-old sanctuary. For residents and visitors, you are strongly encouraged to visit this piece of Lyndon’s history as it offers some interesting insight about Lyndon’s beginnings, the people who lived here, and how it has shaped over time.
Their mission is as follows:
- To restore the Lyndon Area Historical Society to a viable community center
- To convert the sanctuary for public use – celebrations and events
- To preserve and archive Lyndon’s venerable history
- To create a media, technology, and genealogy center
The Lyndon Area Historical Society is a unique and charming setting for your next event. The chapel with its impressive stained glass windows provides ample seating for up to 60 people, and can be set up to accommodate your needs. The acoustics within the chapel are ideal for musical performances. A piano is available for your use.
The lower level of the historical society, replete with all the charm of an old-fashioned church basement, is equipped with a fully-functioning kitchen area and can accommodate groups of up to 35-40 people. Examples of use include weddings, musical recitals, programs, workshops, classes, social and family events.