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Salmon Brook Settlement


category : Museums
1732 Abijah Rowe House; 1790 Weed-Enders House with museum store, genealogy library; 1870 Cooley School; 1914 tobacco barn with general store.


Admission: Adults $2, seniors and children (under 12) $1.
Hours: June-Sept., Sun. 2-4; and by appt. Library open year-round, Tue. and Thu. 9-12. Closed Labor Day.
Address: 208 Salmon Brook St.
Phone: (860) 653-9713
Our Website:www.salmonbrookhistorical.org

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