Information on houses, mansions, farms and other dwellings located in the United States that were once a private residence and have been converted into a museum because of the historic significance of its architecture, location, resident(s) and/or event(s) that took place there located in Connecticut.
Built c. 1800 on the banks of the Thames River in Groton. Information on exhibits and events provided.
1736 home that houses the Darien Historical Society. Information on education programs and special events.
1711 structure in Wethersfield built in the traditional style of Puritan settlers and now on the National Register of Historic Places.
16-room Victorian mansion was built in 1852. Features memorabilia pertaining to Nathaniel's discovery of Antarctica as well as other family portraits, furnishings and artifacts. Includes hours, fees and directions. Located in Stonington.
c. 1767 brick mansion that also housed an 18th-century doctor’s office. Located in Windsor.
Information on properties owned by the organization, including the Amasa Day House, Amos Bull House, Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden, Butler-McCook House & Garden Buttolph-Williams House, Hempsted Houses, Isham-Terry House, Nathan Hale Homestead and Phelps-Hatheway House & Garden.
1720 home in Tolland where six generations of the Benton family lived and farmed the land.
Information on the home, exhibit, document collection, account books, family history, educational programs, and calendar of events located at Madison.
Dwelling in Mystic that contains 160 acres of ledges, meadows and woodlands plus the home in which, in 1654, Captain George Denison lived.
c. 1747 farmhouse located in Avon.
Mission statement, events, news and membership information.
Built by Nathaniel Harrison in 1724 as a "two over two" house and occupied by his family and descendants until 1800, and now s now owned by the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities (SPNEA) located at Branford.
Dating from the 1760's, is open for afternoon tours. Maintained ed by The Antiquarian and Landmarks Society in Hartford. Located in Suffield.
Built in 1639, oldest house in the state. Displays artifacts from the culture of early New England settlers, and 17th and 18th century pieces. Includes virtual tour, hours of operation, directions and admission fees. Located in Guilford.
Art museum in a restored home containing collections of French Impressionist masterpieces. Set on a 152-acre hilltop estate, the museum grounds contain formal gardens and woodland walking trails. Located in Farmington.
Built c. 1700, features the history, an event calendar, photos, and a biography. Located in Greenwich.
Photos and information on the Kellogg-Eddy House and Enoch Kelsey House, both of which are open to the public for house tours.
The Birthplace of Samuel Huntington, signer of the Declaration of Independence. Located in Scotland.
Two-story saltbox structure located in Guilford, built circa 1690-1710 and a living museum of early colonial life.
c.1824 home that houses the Windham Historical Society. News, upcoming events, galleries and resources.
Lebanon home of the son of Connecticut's Revolutionary War Governor who served as General George Washington's secretary during the American Revolution and was later governor of Connecticut from 1797-1809.
East Hampton home of former Governor William A. O'Neil. News, mission statement and information on events.
Georgian-style house in Wethersfield that was the site of a five day military conference during the American Revolutionary War involving General George Washington and Rochambeau that led to the Siege of Yorktown.
1764 home of Dr. Alexander King in Suffield.
Historic home of revolutionary patriot merchant, and industrialist Christopher Leffingwell, located in Norwich.
General information, history, floor plans, calendar of events and directions. Located in Norwalk.
Tour the Hartford home where Mark Twain lived and worked from 1874 to 1891, and includes children's activities, events calendar, and a Museum Shop.
Biographical information on Martha Parsons plus features of the house and hours of operation located at Enfield.
House mueum that serves as the headquarters of the Newtown Historical Society. Photos and information on collections, publications and events.
The boyhood home of Eugene O'Neill with historical information and schedule. Located in Waterford.
Museums include the 1825 Townhouse, Cody Drug Store, the 1764 Hanford-Silliman House, the Tool Museum, the 1799 Rock School, 1878 Rogers Studio & Museum, the Little Red Schoolhouse and Gores Pavillion.
Overview plus photos and information on classes, workshops, special events, museum collections, visiting hours, rentals and special programs. Located in West Hartford.
Federal style home named for the Northrop family who lived in the house for several generations. Sherman Historical Society now housed here.
Originally constructed in the mid-1800’s, the house was enlarged and completely remodeled in the Colonial Revival style during the 1920's, and includes information on tours, exhibits, and programs located at Derby.
The historic home of Captain Elisha Phelps as a tavern and inn from 1786 to 1849 with images and hours located at Simsbury.
Former home of Colonel Daniel Putnam located in Brooklyn.
1769 home in Wethersfield listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Historical and visitor information with photos. Located in Woodstock.
Early 18th century mansion in West Hartford open year-round Mondays and Wednesdays.
1766 home of Silas Deane, the first diplomat for the United States. Located in Wethersfield.
National Historic Landmark. Features living history program, tours, museum highlights and details about 18th century home.
Built c. 1830 modified Greek Revival style. Information on the herb garden, biographies of Stone and Otis as well as museum information. Located in Orange.
c. 1758 Windsor home that also served as the town’s first post office.
Information from the Haddam Historical Society on house museum.
Southington house museum houses an extensive archival collection of historic diaries and letters including Captain Andrew Upson’s Civil War letters.
Neo-classical revival architecture home features leaded glass windows, built-ins and art galleries. Located in Windsor.
Includes three period rooms, changing exhibits on a variety of themes, a small research library available by appointment for in-house study, and a museum gift shop. Located in Canterbury.
Information on the museum, grounds and outbuildings, which include a working blacksmith shop.
The oldest wood frame home, c.1660, in Connecticut maintained in its primitive state, and contains general information and tour located at East Lyme.
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