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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

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