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Oliver Ellsworth Homestead

Ellsworth was a famous Revolutionary patriot, jurist, statesman, and one of the framers of the U.S. Constitution. His house built in 1780, remained in the family until 1903

Windsor, CT Historic Homes



St. Paul Travelers' Tower

Office of a pioneer insurance company, the tower affords sweeping views of the surrounding area. Tours offered to groups by reservation;

Hartford, CT Tours

Maple Motel

23 units (six efficiencies)

Newington, CT Lodging

Great Day Trips to Connecticut's Critical Habitats

Discover the natural places that are vital to sustaining Connecticut wildlife, including amphibians reptiles, mammals, birds and plants! This new guidebook describes hikes to learn about and explore the nature of 16 of the state´┐Ż

Simsbury, CT Day Trips

Dinosaur State Park

Jurassic-period dinosaur tracks (200 million years old) ; a diorama depicting the setting in which the park?s tracks were made, diorama of the Connecticut Valley in the late Triassic. Visitors may make plaster casts of tracks (casting materials not supplied at the Park, please call for instructions)

Rocky Hill, CT State Parks

The Living Museum of Avon

Restored 19th-century schoolhouse contains maps, photographs, implements and clothes, diorama of the Farmington Canal all relating to 1830

Avon, CT Museums




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