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Connecticut Antique Machinery Association Museum


category : Museums
Dedicated to the industrial and agricultural heritage of the United States. Exhibits include gas and steam tractors; operating narrow gauge railroad. Connecticut Museum of Mining and Mineral Science is dedicated to the state's rich mining and mineral heritage.


Admission: Adults $3, children (under 11) free.
Hours: May-Oct.,
Address: 31 Kent-Cornwall Rd.
Rte. 7
Phone: (860) 927-0050
Our Website:www.ctamachinery.com

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