The Lyme Public Hall Association of Lyme, CT is a community and historical organization  whose programs support  community life and preservation of the town’s cultural heritage and lifeways. A full program of  lectures, programs, exhibits, walks, workshops and suppers are open to all. In addition, its Lyme Local History Archives collects, preserves and makes materials accessible to the public about the history and heritage of Lyme (cultural, political, social, economic) from its  earliest Colonial period in the 17th century to the present.

The historic Lyme Public Hall building in Hamburg, built by the former Public Hall Association in 1887, is also available for rent for community activities and private functions.

View from Joshuatown Road of Hamburg village, c. 1900, antique post card.

View of Hamburg Cove and village, Lyme, CT c. 1900 from Joshuatown Road.