The Mary and Eliza Freeman Center

The mission of The Mary and Eliza Freeman Center for History and Community is to restore, preserve, and ensure the viability of the Mary and Eliza Freeman Houses

FREEMAN HOUSES

Of the three dozen or so houses that made up this long-vanished community, only two survive on their original foundations:

The homes of the Freeman Sisters

LITTLE LIBERIA

In 1821, a community of “free people of color” began to live and work around the lower reaches of Bridgeport Harbor, the same year ( READ MORE )

OFFICE HOURS

  • Monday - Friday 8 AM - 5 PM
  • Saturday 8 AM - 5 PM
  • Sunday 9 AM - 4 PM
MARCH 13 - MAY 14, 2020

THE MARY AND ELIZA FREEMAN CENTER

The mission of The Mary and Eliza Freeman Center for History and Community is to restore, preserve, and ensure viability.

APRIL 15 - JUNE 16, 2020

RESTORATION AND REUNION EXHIBIT

The Freeman Houses present an opportunity to exhibit a chapter of Connecticut’s history that has for too long been overlooked.

JULY 17 - NOVEMBER 19, 2020

CELEBRATE LOCAL ART AND HISTORY

The Freeman Houses deserve to be restored for the edification of today’s citizens as well as that of future generations.


CONTACTS

360 and 364 Main St., Bridgeport
(203) 612.7769

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES