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Henry Whitfield State Museum


category : Museums
Connecticut's oldest house (1639) and New England's oldest stone house, built as a minister's home and town stronghold, Colonial Revial restorations 1903 and 1930s. 17th- to 19th-century furnishings, museum shop, visitor center. National Historic Landmark.


Admission: Adults $4, seniors $3, children (6-17) $2.50, 5 and under free.
Hours: Apr. 1- Dec. 14, Wed.-Sun. 10-4:30. Dec. 15-Mar., by appt.
Address: 248 Old Whitfield St.
I-95 Ex. 58
Phone: (203) 453-2457
Our Website:www.whitfieldmuseum.org

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