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Weir Farm National Historic Site


category : Historic Sites
Connecticut's first National Park Service site. Served as the summer home and studio of prominent American impressionist J. Alden Weir (1852-1919). Changing exhibits, lectures, fishing, cross-country skiing, trails.


Admission: Free.
Address: 735 Nod Hill Rd.
Phone: (203) 834-1896

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