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Ledyard Water-Powered Up-Down Sawmill

Eleven-acre park with 1870 up and down sash-type sawmill that was restored to operating condition in 1976, a working blacksmith shop, and an 1878 Lane Shingle Mill, mill artifacts of the Industrial Revolution, grist mill. Two-acre mill pond with picnic area. National Historic Landmark.

Ledyard, CT Historic Mills

Stonecroft Country Inn

Country estate listed on the National Register of Historic Places with 13

Ledyard, CT Lodging

Two Trees Inn

Country style inn. 280 rooms and suites, rest., lounge, TV, I pool, fitness room;

Ledyard, CT Lodging

Abbey's Lantern Hill Inn

Located in scenic country setting. Six rooms (some with fireplace or Jacuzzi)

Ledyard, CT Lodging

Things to do Historic Homes near Ledyard, CT

Nathan Fuller House

1795 Cape attached to an 1820 center-hall Colonial in rural setting. Three rooms (two with fireplace). No smoking....

The Peck Tavern House

Located in an historic district, built in 1680, the Tavern is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Two rooms w...

Antiques & Accommodations

1861 Victorian home, furnished with antiques, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Four rooms, private bath. C...

Governor Jonathan Trumbull House

Built in c.1740 and former home of Connecticut's Revolutionary War Governor (1769-1784). Birthplace of patriot artist John Tr...

Jonathan Trumbull Jr. House

Restored home (c.1769) of the Governor of Connecticut, from 1797 to 1809. Outstanding woodwork by Isaac Fitch....