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Salisbury Cannon Museum


category : Museums
Hands-on children's museum focusing on local iron industry and individuals who shaped the American Revolution. Adjacent to site of the first iron blast furnace (1762), built by Ethan Allen.


Admission: Suggested donation: adults $5, seniors and students $3.
Hours: July-Labor Day and Columbus Day, Sat.-Sun. and holidays 12-5.
Address: 15 Millerton Rd.
(Rte. 44)
Rtes. 44 & 41
Phone: (860) 435-2878, (860

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