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Inhabited for over 300 years by the descendants of Deacon John Grave I. Evolved from a primitive two-room dwelling to a classic New England saltbox. 18th-century family used the house as a private residence; school, wartime infirmary, inn, tavern and courtroom.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Allis-Bushnell House and Museum (c.1785)

Period rooms with exhibits of china, dolls and toys, costumes and kitchenware, working looms and spinning wheels;

Madison, CT Museums

Deacon John Grave House (c.1685)

Inhabited for over 300 years by the descendants of Deacon John Grave I. Evolved from a primitive two-room dwelling to a classic New England saltbox. 18th-century family used the house as a private residence;

Madison, CT Historic Homes

Town of Madison

The Doors of Madison Welcome You!

Madison, CT Visitors Centers

Hammonasset Beach State Park

Largest of Connecticut's shoreline parks. Two-mile beach, facilities for swimming, camping, picnicking, saltwater fishing, scuba diving, hiking and boating;

Madison, CT State Parks

Hammonasset Beach State Park

William F. Miller Campground. 558 open sites. Concession, dumping station, bathrooms and showers most sites. Salt water swimming and fishing. Individual fireplaces not provided. No pets. $15/night/

Madison, CT State Parks

Things to do near Madison, CT

Pine Orchard Yacht & Country Club

Course Access: PrivateHoles: 9Reserve Advance Tee Times: 4 days...

Advanced Motel

32 units (14 efficiencies), TV, microwave, refrigerator, whirlpool....

Allis-Bushnell House and Museum (c.1785)

Period rooms with exhibits of china, dolls and toys, costumes and kitchenware, working looms and spinning wheels; Colonial he...

Comfort Inn

117 units (three suites, one with Jacuzzi), TV....

Woolsey Hall

Concert auditorium built in 1901....