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Pratt House (c.1732)


category : Historic Homes
Historic house built in sections throughout the 18th-century. Vernacular architecture with period furnishings, herb garden.


Admission: Donations welcome.
Hours: June-Sept.,
Address: 19 West Ave.
Phone: (860) 767-1249

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Attractions and Upcoming Events

Essex Steam Train & Riverboat Ride

Ride in 1920's coaches pulled by an authentic steam locomotive. Then, board the river boat Becky Thatcher and cruise along the Connecticut River. Gift shop, snack shop, special events. Dinner train (May-Oct.)

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RiverQuest

Experience the Connecticut River aboard RiverQuest. 90

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Griswold Inn

1776 inn with an outstanding art collection, riverboat decor, furnished with antiques. 31 rooms with private bath (14 suites, eight with fireplace)

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Pratt House (c.1732)

Historic house built in sections throughout the 18

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