Westfield Historical Society

Where Yesterday and Today Meet the Future

Westfield Historical Society Reeve History and Cultural Resource Center

314 Mountain Avenue Westfield, NJ 07090

Tel: (908) 654-1794

Archive located at:

302 Elm Street, Westfield, NJ

Board of Education Building - 3rd Floor


Tuesday 10am-12 pm 

or by Appointment

Reeve House Tours by Appointment July to September

September to June: 

First 2 Sundays of the month

The Society seeks to:

- preserve and share the rich heritage of the Westfield Area for future generations,

-to give voice to under-represented groups and tell the story of the common person;

-to build and support a community of people interested in history and culture;

-and provide tools for historical research and publication.

To donate or become a member, check out our membership page. You make it all happen! Help us share Westfield's history with the next generation.

The Miller - Cory House Museum is open from 2-4 PM on Sunday afternoons but please call first to confirm. The Miller-Cory House museum is not open during the Summer months of June, July or August. There are open-hearth cooking demonstrations that are held in the Frazee Building on the grounds with costumed docents on hand to guide visitors through the 1740 farmhouse among a variety of other events throughout the year. Please link to the Miller-Cory website above or call for the latest info.

Ask about our weekday tours for groups and our Showcase of 18th Century Skills, which visits local schools with an outreach crafts and lecture program. The museum office is open weekday mornings from 9AM to noon. Please call for the latest event information (908)-232-1776.