Founded April 2, 1889, our purpose is to keep alive the memory of
men and women who fought or gave service for Independence in the American Revolutionary War.



Founding of Norwalk Monument

The monument marks the location where Norwalk was founded A.D. 1849. The town's earliest homes were planted in the near vicinity of the stone monument. The First Meeting House is directly opposite of the monument.It was erected by the Norwalk... Continue reading Founding of Norwalk Monument.

Battle of the Rocks Monument

The monument on France Street marks the historic ground where the American Patriots bravely sustained the cause of liberty against the British invaders on July 12, 1779.The monument was erected by the DAR of norwalk in 1894. ... Continue reading Battle of the Rocks Monument.

Statue of David Wooster

Description: Born in Stratford, Connecticut, David Wooster graduated from the Yale University in 1738. In 1741, he became a lieutenant of the militia and commanded the armed sloop "Defense". He served in the Louisburg expedition, a siege to capture the... Continue reading Statue of David Wooster.

Statue of David Humphreys

Description:Humphreys was from Derby, Connecticut. He was known as a diplomat, soldier, and poet. He enlisted the first colored troops in the service of the United States, the Second Company of the Fourth Regiment, formed in 1781. A close friend... Continue reading Statue of David Humphreys.

Grumman's Hill

Description: The monument, at the summit of Grumman's Hill, marks the location where Maj. Gen. William Tryon witnessed the burning of Norwalk by the British troops under his command during the engagement of July 11, & 12, 1779. The monument... Continue reading Grumman's Hill.

Fitch's Point

Description: The monument marks the landing of the British troops under the command of Generals Tryon and Garth, Saturday evening, July 10th, 1779, preparatory to the Burning of Norwalk, July 11th, 1779.The site was marked by the Norwalk Chapter, D.A.R.... Continue reading Fitch's Point.

Flax Hill Monument

Description:The Flax Hill Monument marks the site of a battle between the Americans and the British July 12, 1779.A cannonball was found on the battlefield a hundred years after by the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1896.Address:7 Hillside PlaceNorwalk,... Continue reading Flax Hill Monument.

Bust Monument of Nathan Hale

Address: Main St East Haddam, CT 06423Located at the intersection of Route 149 and Route 82Hours: Always open For more information click here... Continue reading Bust Monument of Nathan Hale .