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Mansfield Historical Society Museum


category : Museums
Collection of furnishings, costumes, photographs and historical artifacts relating to local history, housed in the former town office building and Old Town Hall (1843), changing exhibits, research library.


Admission: Adults $2, children (12 and under) free.
Hours: June-Sept.,
Address: 954 Storrs Rd.
(Rte. 195)
I-84 Ex. 68
Phone: (860) 429-6575

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