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Hartford, Connecticut

  • Isham-Terry House

    Built in 1854, the house epitomizes gracious urban living in antebellum Hartford. In 1896, Dr. Oliver Isham bought the house, which remained in the family until 1979. The family's eclectic furnishings...
    Isham-Terry House

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Hartford Marriott Downtown

22-story traditional grand hotel connected to the Connecticut Convention Center. 409 rooms (8 suites)

Hartford, CT Lodging

Ancient Burying Ground of Hartford

Final resting place of Revolutionary War soldiers and 17th-century settlers including African-Americans and Hartford's founder Thomas Hooker. Were orginally 6,000 graves, 435 markers still stand. (No grave rubbing)

Hartford, CT Historic Markers

Things to do near Hartford, CT

Gillette Castle

Reservations needed at least 2 weeks before intended stay, limited to one night stay, break camp by 9 a.m. Accessible only by...

Penwood

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Hurd

Reservations needed at least 2 weeks before intended stay, limited to one night stay, break camp by 9 a.m. Accessible only by...

Dutch Iris Inn

1812 summer home of Calvin Dibble, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Six rooms (four with fireplace, two wi...

Granby Motel

12 units (five efficiencies), TV, play area....