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The Connecticut Historical Society Museum


category : Museums
Award-winning, family-friendly, and educational exhibits, programs and events, plus a nationally significant library explore the state?s diverse, dynamic and changing history.


Admission: Adults $6, seniors and children (6-17) $3, children (under 6) free. Free first Sat. and Sun. of every month.
Hours: Museum galleries: Tue.-Sun. 12-5. Library: Tue.-Sat. 10-5. Closed major holidays.
Address: One Elizabeth St.
I-84 Ex. 46
Phone: (860) 236-5621
Our Website:www.chs.org

Come visit us in Hartford, Connecticut

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St. Paul Travelers' Tower

Office of a pioneer insurance company, the tower affords sweeping views of the surrounding area. Tours offered to groups by reservation;

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