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Chamard Vineyards image
Clinton, CT
(Range: 1 mile)
Established in 1983, with the present winery building finished in 1988, Chamard Vineyards is among the most beautiful and traditional of New England wineries. (Curated content from www.chamard.com)
Hammonasset Beach State Park image
(Range: 2 miles)
A visit to Hammonasset Beach State Park, is more than just another day at the beach. Connecticut's largest shoreline park offers over 2 miles of beach to enjoy swimming, strolling along the boardwalk, or just relaxing in the sun and surf. (Curated content from portal.ct.gov)
East Wharf Beach image
(Range: 3 miles)
Approximately 1.8 acres in size, this beach features a walking/fishing pier that was a former ship building site on Long Island Sound.  (Curated content from www.madisonct.org)
Deacon John Grave House image
(Range: 4 miles)
The Deacon John Grave Foundation was incorporated in 1983 to save the Deacon John Grave House from destruction. Since that time the foundation has worked tirelessly to restore and preserve this unique structure. The Deacon John Grave House is special because its history is the story of seven generations of one Madison family, how they lived and died, their joys and sorrows and their continual struggle to make ends meet in a constantly changing society. (Curated content from deaconjohngrave.org)
Harveys beach image
(Range: 6 miles)
Open to Public including Non-Residents Daily (Curated content from oldsaybrookct.myrec.com)
Old Saybrook Town Beach image
(Range: 6 miles)
General William Hart House image
(Range: 7 miles)
Built more than two centuries ago in 1767 for his bride, Esther Buckingham, the General William Hart house is one of the earliest houses in Saybrook, the first settlement on the southern shore of Connecticut. (Curated content from saybrookhistory.org)
Connecticut River Museum image
(Range: 8 miles)
The Connecticut River Museum currently plays an important role in collecting and protecting manuscripts, books, art and artifacts of regional significance. It also delivers high-quality exhibitions and educational programming to visitors and local residents alike, and each year introduces thousands of school children to the important stories of the River and its people. (Curated content from ctrivermuseum.org)
Henry Whitfield State Museum image
(Range: 8 miles)
Explore the complex history of nearly four centuries through the evolution of the Henry Whitfield House. The museum is in the process of changing its interpretation – confronting the facts about the site’s history to acknowledge past injustice, recognizing how that injustice manifests in society today, and working toward an equitable future for all people. (Curated content from portal.ct.gov)
Hyland House image
(Range: 8 miles)
The Hyland House is an historic house museum, named for George Hyland, the settler who purchased the land on which it stands in 1657. The two-story saltbox structure was built circa 1713 by Hyland’s son-in-law Isaac Parmelee. The National Registry of Historic Places describes it as a “landmark building in the history of domestic architecture.” (Curated content from hylandhouse.org)