192 Main Street Torrington, CT 06790 +1 860 482 8260
The Fyler-Hotchkiss Estate is located in Torrington, Connecticut. It is knowns as the Torrington Historical Society and the Hotchkiss-Fyler House Museum, and comprises of two houses and a contributing carriage house. The main house is an example of the Chateauesque school of architecture. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 12, 1987.
Spread over an area of 267 acres (108 hectares), the Haddam Center Historic District has about 120 building that contribute to its historic nature. The district shows a mix of Colonial, Greek Revival and Federal styles of architecture. It became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.
421 Wadsworth Street Middletown, CT 06457 +1 860 347 1064
Built with Classical Revival style, the Wadsworth Mansion is a historic venue to host some amazing events. The mansion and its surrounding property has an area of 270 acres (109.26 hectares) and has been built between 1900 to 1917. With lush greenery in the background, this mansion seems to have a rural look. This gorgeous building is available on rental basis for private events like weddings and parties. There are a lot of local events which also take place at this beautiful venue. The mansion also conducts guided tours for the public who wish to get acquainted with the mansion's history.
1702 Main Street Newington, CT 06111 +1 860 666 7118
This beautiful house known as the Enoch Kelsey House is a house of the farmer. Consisting of free hand paintings, basement to attic paneling, a beehive oven and a fireplace, this house has been serving as a great museumwhere the people enjoy a great view of the historic home with it's ravishing interiors.
247 South Main Street Manchester, CT 06040 +1 860 643 0949
Lutz Children's Museum is located at Manchester, Connecticut, USA. It is a small non-profit children's museum founded in 1953 C.E by the Manchester PTA in honor of the late Hazel Lutz. The aim of the museum is to give entertaining and educational experience for the kids with activities and exhibits promote "self-discovery and exploration.
Elizabeth Park spans over a vast land cover of 102 acres (41 hectares). The Rose Park, founded in 1904, is a scenic garden preserved and nurtured even today. Presently, the park includes several garden areas, the century-old Lord and Burnham Greenhouses, verdant pathways and lawns. It also provides recreational activities like bowling greens, a picnic grove, tennis courts and a picturesque pond. The park aims and works towards the preservation, restoration and the active promotion of the garden as an eminent horticultural treasure for generations to come.
East Haddam East Haddam, CT 06469 +1 860 757 9311(City Park Council)
East Haddam Historic District is located in East Haddam, Connecticut and is spread over 110 acres (45 hectare) of land. The district is linear and runs along Route 149. It has several contributing buildings and structures, totalling to over a 100. All the buildings are constructed in Greek Revival, Federal, Late Victorian styles of architecture. It got listed on the National Register of Historic Places on April 29, 1983.
98 Summer Street Bristol, CT 06010 +1 860 583 6309
Located in Bristol, Connecticut, this museum is dedicated to promoting and preserving the history of Bristol. Maintained by the Bristol Historical Society, it collects preserves and displays significant historical resources. It is located in a former high school which was Bristol's first high school. The building was built in the year 1894 and there were additions made in the year 1910. It is a Victorian building made of brick, featuring the Richardsonian Romanesque style of architecture.
800 Hopmeadow Street Simsbury, CT 06070 +1 860 658 2500
The Phelps Tavern Museum is located within the Captain Elisha Phelps House. David Phelps constructed the house in 1711, and later in 1771, his son Elisha made further additions to the house. Since its construction, the edifice has served as a home, hotel, meeting hall and tavern. It is now owned by the Simsbury Historical Society and operated as a museum.
249 Broad Street Wethersfield, CT 06109 +1 860 529 0460
Located to the east of Wethersfield, the Buttolph-Williams House is one of the oldest structures in the city. Established in 1711, this house was constructed in the Puritan style. Its facade features wooden clap boards and casement windows with diamond shaped panes. The house was renovated in the 1940s by Frederick C. Palmer, who restored it to its former glory. Managed by the Connecticut Landmarks, Buttolph-Williams House opened as a museum in 1951. Elizabeth George Speare's historical fiction The Witch of Blackbird Pond, was set around this house, making it a popular visitation spot amongst fans of this novel.
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