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Old State House

Oldest State House in the nation. Restored 1796 National Historic Landmark. An interactive audio tour explores the historic rooms and the site. Experience the multi-media exhibit "History is All Around Us."

Hartford, CT Museums

The Mansion Inn B&B

Once mansion home to the Cheneys, Connecticut's silk barons, listed on the National Register of Historic Places and located in Historic District. Five rooms, fireplace, private bath, a/

Manchester, CT Bed and Breakfasts

Glastonbury/Rocky Hill

The Rocky Hill ferry has earned a place in history as the nation?s oldest continuously operating ferry service. The Hollister III, an open flatboat is towed across the Connecticut River by the towboat Cumberland. Access from Rte. 160

Rocky Hill, CT Ferries


Plainville Historic Center

Former Town Hall (1890) exhibiting the era of the Farmington Canal (1827-47), toys, costumes, tools, bakery wagon, Victorian parlor, Native American collection;

Plainville, CT Historic Centers

Merrywood B&B

Gracious Colonial revival in private setting with gardens, furnished with period antiques. Three rooms (one suite), private bath, a/

Simsbury, CT Bed and Breakfasts




Fairfield Inn By Marriott

135 units, TV, a/c, O pool;

, CT Lodging

Harriet Beecher Stowe Center

Her words changed the world with "Uncle Tom's Cabin," the groundbreaking anti-slavery novel (1852). Tour the Victorian Gothic home (1871), the Katharine Seymour Day House (1884)

Hartford, CT Museums

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