East Norwalk Cemetery
The first burial of colonial settlers was in 1655 making this cemetery the oldest in Norwalk. The triangle shape echos that of the Norwalk green
Why Is This Named That?
The bridge that spans the Norwalk River and connects East Norwalk to South Norwalk is named after Stanley H. Stroffolino. A former state senator and
Norwalk Historical Society Museum
Most museums tend to stay put, but in Norwalk, history has been on the move. Once housed in the former South Norwalk City Hall, the
Whistleville, Norwalk’s Immigrant Village
By the middle of the 1800s Norwalk became a stop on the New York and New Haven Railroad line. The spur up to Danbury was quickly added,