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Captain Stannard House

Historic sea captain's house with large common rooms furnished in antiques. Nine rooms (one suite)

Westbrook, CT Lodging


Center for the Arts

Davison Art Center features prints and photographs in the historic Alsop House (1838). Center includes the Zilkha Gallery?

Middletown, CT Arts


James Gallery & Soda Fountain

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Connecticut Freedom Trail, site of James Pharmacy, once operated by Anna L. James, the first licensed African-American woman pharmacist in the state. Historical displays, original artifacts and photographs, 1896

Old Saybrook, CT Historic Buildings


Historic Villages of Essex

The historic villages of Essex (Centerbrook, Essex & Ivroyton)

Essex, CT Historic Districts

Wadsworth Mansion

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

Middletown, CT Historic Homes

Riverdale Motel

47 units (four efficiencies)

Portland, CT Lodging

Chester/Hadlyme Ferry

Selden III , a ferry that crosses the scenic Connecticut River near Gillette Castle State Park, carries 8 to 9 cars per trip and is the second-oldest continuously operating ferry service in the state. Access from Rte. 148

Chester, CT Ferries

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