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Wethersfield, Connecticut
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Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum image
Wethersfield, CT
(Range: 1 mile)
Located in the center of Connecticut’s largest historic district, the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum provides the quintessential New England experience. Visitors are immersed in life of the mid-18th and early-19th centuries during informative and entertaining one-hour tours. We also host a number of annual events to entertain, educate and enlighten visitors. (Curated content from webb-deane-stevens.org)
Enoch Kelsey House image
(Range: 2 miles)
The Enoch Kelsey House at 1702 Main Street in Newington is an example of the home of a prosperous Connecticut farmer and tinsmith in the late 18th century. It was built by Enoch Kelsey and his son David in 1799 on Kelsey Street opposite Christian Lane in the southwestern section of town. It was moved to its present location by the Newington Historical Society and Trust in 1979. (Curated content from www.newingtonct.gov)
Lady Katharine Cruises image
(Range: 3 miles)
Lady Katharine Cruises was founded on a long standing tradition of appreciation and respect for the Connecticut River Valley and its rich history. Like Lady Katharine Cruises, “Lady Kate” has a proud background. She began her sailing days in New York Harbor where she was a prominent cruise ship providing tourists from the U.S. and abroad unparalleled views of New York City for almost 20 years. (Curated content from ladykatecruises.com)
Kellogg-Eddy House image
(Range: 3 miles)
The Newington Historical Society & Trust, Inc. seeks to promote interest in and appreciation of the history of Newington and environs from the time of earliest settlement to the present. (Curated content from www.newingtonhistoricalsociety.org)
Dinosaur State Park image
(Range: 3 miles)
If you like dinosaurs, you'll love our 200 million-year-old fossil trackway, interactive exhibits, activities and the chance to cast your own dinosaur footprint to take home. The exhibit center houses over 750 dinosaur tracks exactly where they were discovered in 1966.  (Curated content from portal.ct.gov)
Stanley Golf Course image
(Range: 4 miles)
Stanley Golf Course is a beautiful 27 hole public golf course including a Teaching Academy & 19 station driving range (10 of the driving range bays are covered, heated and illuminated) located just minutes from Hartford in New Britain, CT close to major highways.  (Curated content from www.stanleygolfcourse.com)
Harriet Beecher Stowe Center image
(Range: 4 miles)
The Harriet Beecher Stowe Center holds the largest collection of materials related to Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896), author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin, the influential anti-slavery novel and 19th century best seller, and multiple other books. Decorative arts, works of art, furniture, memorabilia, rare manuscripts and print material, images and visual media –- 228,000 items — illustrate the lives and times of Stowe and her family. (Curated content from www.harrietbeecherstowecenter.org)
Museum of Connecticut History image
(Range: 4 miles)
At the Museum of Connecticut History, you'll find exhibits that trace the growth of the State and its role in the development of the nation. The Museum focuses on Connecticut's government, industrial and military history. (Curated content from museumofcthistory.org)
CT Old State House image
(Range: 4 miles)
Located in the heart of Hartford, Connecticut, this building served as a home to all three branches of Connecticut state government from 1796 to 1878. Some of our state’s most important stories of freedom, democracy, and civic action – from the Amistad and Prudence Crandall trials to the Constitutional Convention of 1818 – connect to this National Historic Landmark. (Curated content from www.cga.ct.gov)
Mark Twain House & Museum image
(Range: 4 miles)
The Mark Twain House & Museum has restored the author’s Hartford, Connecticut, home, where the author and his family lived from 1874 to 1891. Twain wrote his most important works during the years he lived there, including Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, and A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court. In addition to providing tours of Twain’s restored home, a National Historic Landmark, the institution offers activities and educational programs that illuminate Twain’s literary legacy and provide information about his life and times. (Curated content from marktwainhouse.org)
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