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Day-Lewis Museum


category : Museums
Yale University-owned Indian archaeology museum displaying artifacts found on site. Housed in authentic post and beam building, last of Tunxis Indian homes. Adjacent dig site.


Admission: Adults $2, seniors and children $1.
Hours: Mar.-Nov.,
Address: 158 Main St.
I-84 Ex. 39B
Phone: (860) 678-1645

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