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Wadsworth Mansion


category : Historic Homes
Once a private residence of Col. Clarence Wadsworth, landscape designed by the Olmsted brothers. A 19th-century Beaux Art style mansion, located on 103 acres with 3.5 miles of trails.


Admission: Free.
Hours: Mansion: office hours, Mon.-Fri. 9-5; tours Wed. 2-4, and by appt. Grounds: daily.
Address: at Long Hill Estate
Phone: (860) 347-1064

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