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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

Liberty Inn

22 rooms, TV, microwave, refrigerator, a/

Old Saybrook, CT Lodging

Things to do near Old Saybrook, CT

The Farmington Inn

Antiquely decorated with 72 rooms (13 executive suites), rest., lounge, TV, complimentary passes to health club facility. Ful...

Gurleyville Gristmill

The state's only remaining stone grist mill (c.1830). Millsite since 1720s; 19th-century machinery. Operated for years by th...

Tolland Historical Society

1856 Old Tolland County Jail Museum, a stone and iron stronghold with 32 original cells, in use until 1968. 1892 Warden's Hom...

The Norma Terris Theatre

Developing new musicals in an intimate nationally acclaimed theater....