Hours – Directions – Policies

 

The Indian & Colonial Research Center is located in the historic 1856 Mystic Bank on Route 27
in Old Mystic, Connecticut. Many original architectural features remain including the barred windows, reinforced vault, and the massive iron-faced entrance doors; it is the perfect place to safeguard all of our treasured and valuable materials.     Take a tour of The I C R C

The  I C R C  is also a local  Historical Society,  Museum,  Reference Library  and  Gallery

The Center is open throughout the year on Tuesday and Thursday, from 10 AM to 4 PM
but Closed on Holidays. We can be open by special appointment to members and serious researchers. Admission is free for the first visit, tour and general inquiries – research under thirty minutes. After that, fees will apply therefore Membership is encouraged and beneficial

Members enjoy use of the library, advanced notice of workshops, research assistance from a trained librarian – historian, and a quarterly newsletter. In addition, members will receive a membership card that allows access to Connecticut vital records located at the state’s town clerk offices and other municipal repositories. The Indian & Colonial Research Center has been designated a Registered State of Connecticut Genealogical and Research Center. All materials are accessible to students, academic groups, education entities, and individuals with current membership status

The Indian & Colonial Research Center
PO Box  5 2 5
39 Main Street, Route  27
Old Mystic, CT   06372
Telephone    860 – 536 – 9771

DIRECTIONS

From I-95 south, take exit 90. Go right onto Route 27 north for approximately one mile. The Indian & Colonial Research Center is on the left opposite the Old Mystic United Methodist Church, and Please PARK in the back of the church – not on the antiques store property

From I-95 north, take exit 90. Go left onto Route 27 north for approximately one mile. The Indian & Colonial Research Center is on the left opposite the Old Mystic United Methodist Church, and Please PARK in the back of the church – not on the antiques store property