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Academy Hall Museum


category : Museums
1803 academy where sea captains learned the theory of navigation. Displays of artifacts, photographs, period rooms; changing exhibits on local and state history; historical genealogical library.


Admission: Free.
Hours: Mid-May-Oct.,
Address: Rocky Hill Historical Society
785 Old Main St.
I-91 Ex. 24
Phone: (860) 563-6704
Our Website:www.rochyhillhistory.org

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