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Harriet Beecher Stowe Center


category : Museums
Her words changed the world with "Uncle Tom's Cabin," the groundbreaking anti-slavery novel (1852). Tour the Victorian Gothic home (1871), the Katharine Seymour Day House (1884), and the Victorian grounds and gardens. Stowe Visitor Center showcases exhibitions, museum shop.


Admission: Adults $8, seniors $7, children (4-12) $4.
Address: 77 Forest St.
Phone: (860) 522-9258

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