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Pleasant Valley, Connecticut
Historical Society
Haddam, Connecticut
Historic House, Historical Society
Haddam Historical Society is a growing and community based organization which owns and operates the Thankful Arnold House Museum. The museum tells the story of an early 19th century CT River Valley wife and mother who faced tragedy and adversity but kept her family together and home intact.
Hampton, Connecticut
Historical Society
Hartford, Connecticut
History, Library
East Hartland, Connecticut
Historical Society
Harwinton, Connecticut
Historical Society
Hebron, Connecticut
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Guilford, Connecticut
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Military
Museum is oldest house in Connecticut & oldest stone house in New England. In addition to showcasing colonial life, an introductory exhibit interprets the early historic preservation movement.
Tolland, Connecticut
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Begun in the 1700s as a colonial inn, this house was enlarged and embellished in the 1880s in the Victorian style. The carriage house, three-story tower, and gingerbread trim were added, and the simple colonial exterior took on the ornate three-color dress seen today. Feeling more like a home than a museum, it is filled with family heirlooms and simple treasures because three generations of the Hicks family lived here, starting in 1845.
Farmington, Connecticut
Art
East Hartford, Connecticut
Historical Society
Easton, Connecticut
Historical Society
Cos Cob, Connecticut
Historical Society
Avon, Connecticut
Torrington, Connecticut
Bridgeport, Connecticut
Art
Kensington, Connecticut
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