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Dr. William Beaumont House (c.1750)


category : Historic Homes
18th century birthplace of the "Father of Gastro-physiology" (1785-1853), whose 19th-century experiments revealed the secrets of human disgestion. Early surgical equipment and period furnishings.


Admission: Adults $1.
Hours: Late-May-Columbus Day,
Address: 169 W. Town St., on the Green
Phone: (860) 642-6579

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