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Bantam, Connecticut
Historical Society
Bethlehem, Connecticut
Historic House
Woodbury, Connecticut
History, Historic House
Set in the picturesque Litchfield Hills in historic Woodbury's village center, the Glebe House Museum offers the visitor a glimpse of Revolutionary War era Connecticut. The simple but elegant 18th century farmhouse is furnished as the home of the Reverend John Marshall, his wife Sarah, and their nine children who lived in the "glebe" during the turmoil of the American war for Independence.
Washington, Connecticut
History, Library
Harwinton, Connecticut
Historical Society
Litchfield, Connecticut
Historic House
The Litchfield History Museum invites visitors to explore the evolution of a small New England town. Furniture, historic clothing, household objects and paintings reveal Litchfield's history from its earliest European settlement to the present day.
Waterbury, Connecticut
Art
Middlebury, Connecticut
Historical Society
Morris, Connecticut
Historical Society
Bethlehem, Connecticut
Historical Society
Thomaston, Connecticut
Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Library
The Seth Thomas-Bradstreet House has stood on Main Street at least since 1838. A very well preserved two-story building, it has a long association with one of the most important families in Connecticut.
Thomaston, Connecticut
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
The Thomaston's Historical Society's museum is located on Level 6 of the Town Hall, 158 Main Street. Our collection on display in the Shirley G. Wassong Exhibit Room, includes farm tools, clothing, home furnishings, and antique clocks. Thomaston was the home of the well-known Seth Thomas Clock Company, whose founder, Seth Thomas, began manufacturing clocks in 1813.
Waterbury, Connecticut
History, Science, Specialized
Watertown, Connecticut
Historical Society
The Watertown Historical Society's Museum presents an in-depth view of our local history. It documents and preserves the collective memories of our community, to reflect on the present and pass on to our future generations.