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Academy Hall Museum


category : Museums
1803 academy where sea captains learned the theory of navigation. Displays of artifacts, photographs, period rooms; changing exhibits on local and state history; historical genealogical library.


Admission: Free.
Hours: Mid-May-Oct.,
Address: Rocky Hill Historical Society
785 Old Main St.
I-91 Ex. 24
Phone: (860) 563-6704
Our Website:www.rochyhillhistory.org

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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

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

Hampton Inn

99 units (three suites)

Rocky Hill, CT Lodging

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