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Putnam Cottage (c.1692)


category : Historic Sites
Known as Knapp's Tavern during the Revolutionary War, this was a meeting place for leaders including General Israel Putnam. Features scalloped shingles, fieldstone fireplaces and herb garden.


Admission: Adults $6, seniors and students $4, children (under 12) free.
Hours: Apr.-Dec.,
Address: 243 E. Putnam Ave.
Phone: (203) 869-9697

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