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Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum


category : Museums
Three 18th-century houses, two are National Historic Landmarks. Each house furnished to provide a glimpse into a distinct period of American history. Murals commissioned by Wallace Nutting, depict scenes of the historic strategy conference (1781) between Washington and Rochambeau that led to American victory at Yorktown.


Admission: Adults $8, seniors $7, students $4, children (under 5) free.
Hours: May 1-Oct. 31, Wed.-Mon. 10-4; Nov. 1-Apr. 30, Sat. and Sun. 10-4. Last tour 3 p.m.
Address: 211 Main St.
I-91 Ex. 26
Phone: (860) 529-0612
Our Website:www.webb-deane-stevens.org

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