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Museum on the Green


category : Museums
Former Town Hall (c. 1840) displays local history, early industry, Native American artifacts, changing exhibits; genealogical and research library. Adjacent to old town cemetery (1690).


Admission: Free.
Address: 1944 Main St.
Rte. 2 Ex. 8
Phone: (860) 633-6890

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