Museum of Fife & Drum

category : Museums
Only museum showing America on parade, from the Revolutionary War to the present. Exhibits show the development of music, uniforms, instruments, and related items from 18th-century military, civilian drum corps.

Admission: Adults $3, seniors and students $2, 12 and under free.
Hours: June-Aug., Sat. and Sun. 1-5, and by appt. Concerts July and Aug., Tue. 7:30 p.m.
Address: 62 N. Main St.
Rte. 9 Ex. 3N/5S
Phone: (860) 767-2237, (860

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