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Butler-McCook House & Garden & Main Street History


category : Museums
Hartford's oldest house, was home to four generations of Butlers and McCooks. Tours highlight the late 19th- and 20th-century. It is one of the best-documented houses in America. Victorian garden is the only surviving domestic commission by pioneer landscape architect Jacob Weidenmann. History Center features exhibitions.


Admission: Adults $5, children $2.
Address: 396 Main St.
Phone: (860) 522-1806, (860
Our Website:www.hartnet.org/als

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