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Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House


category : Historic Homes
Guided tours of Victorian home of the discoverer of Antarctica and clipper ship designer. Exhibits on his career and family.


Admission: Adults $5, children (6-12) $3; includes admission to the Old Lighthouse Museum.
Hours: May-Oct.,
Address: N. Water & Palmer Sts.
Phone: (860) 535-8445

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Old Lighthouse Museum

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