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General William Hart House (c.1767)


category : Historic Homes
Once residence of distinguished Revolution era political and military figure. Mansion with eight corner fireplaces, Colonial decor, award-winning historical garden. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places


Admission: $5 donation.
Hours: Mid-June-Labor Day,
Address: 350 Main St.
Phone: (860) 388-2622

Come visit us in Old Saybrook, Connecticut

Attractions and Upcoming Events

James Gallery & Soda Fountain

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Connecticut Freedom Trail, site of James Pharmacy, once operated by Anna L. James, the first licensed African-American woman pharmacist in the state. Historical displays, original artifacts and photographs, 1896

Old Saybrook, CT Historic Buildings





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