Courthouse Repurposing Information

All reports and information concerning the repurposing of the courthouse have been moved. Please click on the tab “courthouse” at the top of the home page.

Books still available: “Litchfield, Connecticut, Celebrating 300 Years, 1719-2019.”

The Greater Litchfield Preservation Trust contributed to Litchfield’s 300th anniversary by publishing a companion booklet for the September 7th Revolutionary War Living History Event. The book features essays by local historians that tell of actual events by real people during the American Revolution. Books are available for a donation of $10 each — shipping included. […]

2019 Annual Meeting

The Greater Litchfield Preservation Trust, Inc. Annual Meeting will be held at 5:00 p.m. on Monday, December 2 at the Litchfield Historical Society, 7 South Street, Litchfield. Light refreshments will be served. 

Happy 300th Anniversary Litchfield

The Greater Litchfield Preservation Trust, Inc. was happy to support the Revolutionary War Living History Day on the Litchfield Green this September 7th. This important event was part of Litchfield’s 300th celebration.

Trust Welcomes Two New Trustees

The Board of Directors of The Greater Litchfield Preservation Trust, Inc. are proud to announce the addition of two new Trustees: Mr. Richard Quay and Mr. Jeffrey Zullo. These two gentlemen have exhibited a profound sense of respect for Litchfield’s architectural heritage as well as the history and the future of our town.