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Hill-Stead Museum


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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 guided tour.


Admission: Adults $9, seniors $8, students $7, children (6-12) $4, under 6 free.
Hours: May-Oct., Tue.-Sun. 10-5 (last tour 4 p.m.). Nov.-Apr., Tue.-Sun. 11-4 (last tour 3 p.m.)
Address: 35 Mountain Rd.
I-84 Ex. 39
Phone: (860) 677-4787
Our Website:www.hillstead.org

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