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Farmington, Connecticut

  • Stanley-Whitman House

    Living history center focused on 1642-1810. National Historic Landmark c.1720 house offers tours, programs, dooryard garden, exhibit gallery, period classroom or meeting room, research library....
    Stanley-Whitman House
  • Day-Lewis Museum

    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....
    Day-Lewis Museum
  • Hill-Stead Museum

    National Historic Landmark. Colonial Revival style house (1901) set on 150 acres with sunken garden. Collection of French Impressionist paintings, decorative arts and original furnishings. Hour-long g...
    Hill-Stead Museum

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Things to do near Farmington, CT

Pattonbrook Country Club

Course Access: PublicHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7 days...

Tolland Historical Society

1856 Old Tolland County Jail Museum, a stone and iron stronghold with 32 original cells, in use until 1968. 1892 Warden's Hom...

The Hartt School Concert Series

Hosts solo recitals, chamber, early and contemporary music, dance, orchestra, band, jazz, choral performances, operas, musica...

Noden-Reed Park Museum

A 22-acre park with 1840 house and 1826 brick barn contain period artifacts. Site of Connecticut's first Christmas tree....

Fort Saybrook Monument Park

17-acre park with storyboards depicting the history of the Saybrook Colony, founded in 1635; panoramic views of the mouth of ...