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Mansion at Bald Hill

Original home of Roxanna Wentworth Bowen, heiress of Pullman Train fortune, located on 90 acres surrounded by rolling pastors, English gardens, stone walls. Six rooms (one suite), TV;

Woodstock, CT Lodging

Chaplin Museum

Items depicting 18th- and 19

Chaplin, CT Museums

River Bend Mining & Gemstone Panning & Wildlife Ex

Guided by the light on your miner?s helmet, prospectors enter an authentic designed mine. Mine for gems, fossils, minerals and shells; gemstone panning. View a fluorescent rock exhibit and mounted wildlife exhibit with over 40

Oneco, CT Wildlife Preserves

B&B at Taylor's Corner

1795 Colonial farmhouse with nine fireplaces on five pastoral countryside acres and hidden gardens, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Three bedchambers, private bath, fireplace, a/

Woodstock, CT Bed and Breakfasts



English Neighborhood B&B

Located in quiet neighborhood, nestled on 16

Woodstock, CT Bed and Breakfasts


Quinebaug Valley Trout Hatchery

One of the largest hatcheries in the East; produces 380,000

Central Village, CT Hatcheries

Roseland Cottage-Bowen House

Gothic Revival summer home (c.1846) by merchant and publisher Henry Bowen; Fourth of July host to presidents Grant, Hayes, Harrison and McKinley. Barn contains perhaps the oldest surviving indoor bowling alley in the country. 1850

Woodstock, CT Historic Homes

Cobbscroft

1780 farmhouse with art gallery, studio and gift shop in the barn. Three rooms (one suite with fireplace), private bath; TV in sitting room, a/

Pomfret, CT Arts

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