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Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum

Three 18th-century houses, two are National Historic Landmarks. Each house furnished to provide a glimpse into a distinct period of American history. Murals commissioned by Wallace Nutting, depict scenes of the historic strategy conference (1781)

Wethersfield, CT Museums

Terra Motel

13 units (some with refrigerator), TV, a/

Wethersfield, CT Lodging


Things to do Historic Homes near Wethersfield, CT

Welles Shipman Ward House (c.1755)

Cited by the U.S. Dept. of the Interior as possessing 'exceptional architectural interest.' Antique horse-drawn vehicles, 18t...

Martha A. Parsons House

Built in 1782, only house left in the nation with "George Washington Memorial" wallpaper. Displays a family's lifestyle for o...

Gillette Castle

Reservations needed at least 2 weeks before intended stay, limited to one night stay, break camp by 9 a.m. Accessible only by...

Oliver Ellsworth Homestead

Ellsworth was a famous Revolutionary patriot, jurist, statesman, and one of the framers of the U.S. Constitution. His house b...

Nathan Hale Homestead (1776)

On 12 acres, adjoining the Hale State Forest, the family home of Connecticut's state hero, filled with original furnishings a...