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The Peck Tavern House

Located in an historic district, built in 1680

Old Lyme, CT Historic Homes

Chesterfield Lodge

12 units, TV, refrigerator, a/

Montville, CT Lodging


The Inn at Mystic

Colonial Revival mansion listed on the National Register of Historic Places, situated on 15 acres overlooking Mystic Harbor. Small motor inn, guest houses, and inn;

Mystic, CT Lodging

Slater Memorial Museum and Converse Art Gallery

Housed in a Neo-Romanesque structure built in 1886; collection of Greek, Roman and Renaissance casts; American art and furniture, Native American artifacts; Asian, African and European art;

Norwich, CT Museums

Brilliant

Take the helm of the schooner Brilliant during a hands-on learning experience at sea. Spring and fall weekends for adults;

Mystic, CT Cruises

Hempsted Houses

For almost 50 years, Joshua Hempsted described everyday life. His house, built in 1678, was home to nine generations of Hempsteds. Adjacent is a rare 18

New London, CT Historic Homes

Thomas Lee House & Little Boston School

State's oldest wood-frame house (c.1660) with Colonial furnishings, first district school (c.1734). Descendant, Ezra Lee was the operator of the ?Turtle? 1776

East Lyme, CT Historic Schoolhouses

Jonathan Trumbull Jr. House

Restored home (c.1769) of the Governor of Connecticut, from 1797 to 1809

Lebanon, CT Historic Homes


Shaw Mansion

Connecticut's naval war office during American Revolution. Guided tours with emphasis on West Indies trade, early New London history. Ralph Earl portrait collection, 18

New London, CT Tours

The Schoolhouse

Craft gallery housed in an 1868

Ledyard, CT Historic Homes

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