90 Battle Street Bristol, CT 06010 +1 860 583 8306
The Witch's Dungeon Classic Movie Museum is a renowned museum site located in the city of Bristol in Connecticut. It swanks of a distinctive collection in the form of figures of classic movie monsters. The museum was established in 1966. The museum is housed in a magnificent Swiss chalet-style building. The museum site can be toured only on evenings during the weekends in the month of October. The museum can be toured over in an approximate 7 minute walk.
411 Main Street Willimantic, CT 06226 +1 860 456 2178
The historical significance of the vicinity of Willimantic in Connecticut is increased by the presence of the Windham Textile and History Museum. The volunteers therein, provide for impeccable home-made deserts and tea. The prime focus of the museum site is the Willmantic mill that stands shut as of now. The mill was owned by the American Thread Company and is sited in a building that was previously owned by the same company. The museum carries immense monumental value.
37 High Street Farmington, CT 06032 +1 860 677 9222
Stanley-Whitman House was built circa 1720 and is the oldest of its kind in the town. This living history museum complete with its period furnishings and artifacts gives an insight into the lives of the Colonial New England settlers. The interactive sessions, exhibits and classes make it an interesting visit to this museum. This designated historic landmark highlights two timelines in different parts of the house. The first period is from 1725-1735 when the Smiths were the occupants of the house and the second zone is from 1736-1772 when the Whitmans resided here. Though both families were Puritans and successful, their lifestyles did differ from each other. If you love history, then this is a must visit.
This 18th-century building was a village tavern that was owned and operated by the Viets family. Lieutenant Viet who was entrusted with the Newgate prison started the Viets' Tavern as an accommodation-cum-entertainment house. Tourists are surprised to know that the regular visitors at the tavern include travellers and well-behaved convicts as well. Though the tavern is not restored, it is a part of the Old New-Gate Prison & Copper Mine Museum.
The Children's Museum is located at Connecticut, United States. It was founded in the year 1927 C.E and is the oldest and largest museum for children. It sees around 2,00,000 visitors every year and is aimed at young children with a motto of "Igniting Curiosity through Science and Nature".
Southington Center Historic District Southington, CT 06489
Featuring a commervcial and residential area, nestled in the heart of the town of Southington, the Southington Center Historic Distric is a beautiful land. Consisting of several historical and architectural styles structures that feature the Federal, Colonial, Queen Ann, Shingle style, Italianate, Gothic Revival, Neo-Classical, etc. The place is not only known for it's architectural beauty but also for the actvities around, the best visit place is the park, Town Green that surrounds the Historic Site.
141 Mansfield Hollow Road Mansfield Hollow State Park Mansfield, CT 06250 + 860 923 2982
Mansfield Hollow Dam is located in the Mansfield Hollow State Park. Mansfield Hollow Lake owes its origin to this dam constructed in 1952. Included in the National Register of Historic Place, this dam area is now a popular picnic spot.
Junction of Storrs and Cemetery Roads Mansfield Center Mansfield, CT 06250
Burials in the Mansfield Center Cemetery date back to the 1690s. The site continued to serve as a cemetery up to the 1800s. It has also featured in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Its on-site headstones, carvings and the overall structure represent rich artistic heritage that was prevalent in colonial New England.
The renowned Roseland Cottage is a monumental home in Woodstock, Connecticut. It is registered in the National Register of Historic Places. The ancient house site was constructed in 1846. It ably traces the Gothic Revival style of architecture. The house is also famously referred as the Henry C. Bowen House or Bowen Cottage. The stellar wall coverings in the interiors, coupled with the stained glass and heavy carpets add up to the blaze. The vast grounds at the site boast of as many as 21 flower beds flaunting more than 4000 annuals.
The Hartford & New Haven Railroad-Freight Depot is located in the downtown area of Windsor. Originally established as a freight depot, the building is now home to the Windsor Arts Center that showcases works of budding local talent. Added to the U.S National Register for Historic Places in 1988, the depot is located close to the Windsor Amtrak Station.
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