Historic Houses in Connecticut in the Best of the Web Directory

Historic Houses in Connecticut

  • Antiquarian and Landmarks Society

    Contains historic home list, event calendar, group visits, and membership guides.

  • Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House

    Showcases the memorabilia used for the discovery of Antarctica by the explorer. Also contains learning resources.

  • Deacon John Grave Foundation

    Gives details of the educational programs and tours that promotes the historical landmark.

  • Glebe House

    Museum and Gertrude Jekyll Garden. This is the birthplace of the Episcopal Church in the New World. Find photo gallery, history, and calendar of events.

  • Hatheway House

    Contains details on the operating hours, services, and history of the attraction.

  • Henry Whitfield State Museum

    Discusses exhibits, event schedules, and museum history.

  • Hill-Stead Museum

    Details the activities, programs, and events of the landmark.

  • Historic Putnam Cottage

    Built during the 1700s. Presents historical logs, event calendars, and photo galleries.

  • Huntington Homestead

    Presents the birthplace of Samuel Huntington. Shows educational resources and contact details.

  • Hyland House Museum

    Contains resource links, exhibit guides, and house history.

  • Mark Twain House

    Official site for the historical house offering museum information and a calendar of events.

  • Monte Cristo Cottage

    Tour the boyhood home of Eugene O'Neill. Find biography, photo archive, and hours.

  • Stanley-Whitman House

    Located in Farmington, Connecticut, provides a calendar of events, history, educational program details, and volunteer opportunities.

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