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New Milford Historical Society Museum


category : Museums
Main gallery contains works by artists Ralph Earl and Richard Jennys, Connecticut furniture, New Milford pottery. Boardman Store (1796). Knapp House (c.1810). Special events; research on local history and genealogy.


Admission: Adults $3, students $2.
Hours: May-Oct., Thu., Fri. and Sun. 1-4; and by appt. Research available year-round, by appt.
Address: 6 Aspetuck Ave.
I-84 Ex. 7
Phone: (860) 354-3069

Come visit us in New Milford, Connecticut

Attractions and Upcoming Events


New Milford Chamber of Commerce

Connecticut's largest Village Green! Zagat award winning restaurants, fine ships, antiques, boutiques, historic sites, huge outdoor flea market, quaint b&b's, and live concerts on the green. Village Days - July 28 & 29 2006

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