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Prudence Crandall Museum


category : Museums
New England's first academy for Black women (1833-34), established by Connecticut's female state hero. Changing exhibits, period furnishings, research library, gift shop. National Historic Landmark; part of the Connecticut Freedom Trail and the Connecticut Women?s Heritage Trail.


Admission: Adults $3, seniors and children $2, 5 and under free.
Address: Jct. Rtes. 14 &169

Phone: (860) 546-7800, (860

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Prudence Crandall Museum

New England's first academy for Black women (1833-34), established by Connecticut's female state hero. Changing exhibits, period furnishings, research library, gift shop. National Historic Landmark; part of the Connecticut Freedom Trail and the Connecticut Women?

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