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Historical Society Museum


category : Museums
Chronicles industrial, social and cultural history of the town, Victorian parlor exhibit, local research library. 1853 Nova Scotia School House.


Admission: Free.
Address: 22 DeForest St.
Jct. Rtes. 63 & 6
Phone: (860) 274-1050

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Historical Society Museum

Chronicles industrial, social and cultural history of the town, Victorian parlor exhibit, local research library. 1853

Watertown, CT Museums


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