The Knights of Columbus Museum in New Haven, Connecticut showcases nearly 140 years of history and achievements of the world’s largest Catholic fraternal organization.
The museum was established in 1982 to mark the centennial of the Order. At the time, it was located within the K of C international headquarters in New Haven, Conn. In 2001, it was relocated to a building two blocks away at 1 State Street.
Since opening at the State Street location, the museum has hosted some of the country’s most impressive temporary exhibitions of religious art and history, as well as permanent exhibits chronicling the origins and development of the Knights of Columbus and its legacy of service to families, communities and the Church.
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Stay connected with the Knights of Columbus Museum on our website, Twitter and Instagram. While the museum is currently closed due to COVID-19, we look forward to welcoming you as soon as possible.
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