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Danbury Museum & Historical Society


category : Museums
Late 18th- and early 19th-century furnishings in the John and Mary Rider House (1785). Local hatting industry exhibits in John Dodd Shop (1790). Research library, gift shop. Birthplace (5 Mountainville Rd., c.1829) of Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Charles Ives. Contralto Marion Anderson studio.


Admission: Adults $6, seniors $5, children $2, under 5 free.
Address: 43 Main St.
I-84 Ex. 5
Phone: (203) 743-5200

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