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  • 1 Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    211 Main St

    Owned by the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America, these three houses allow a study in architectural styles and decorative arts from 1752 to 1840, and a comparison of the lifestyles of a wealthy merchant, a politician and a modest crafts..

  • 2 Buttolph-Williams House Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    249 Broad St.

    This center-chimney house (c.1720), distinguished by oak clapboards, casement windows and a hewn overhang, is considered to be one of the most faithful restorations of an early Colonial dwelling in Connecticut. Particularly evocative of the Pilgrim e..

  • 3 Hurlbut-Dunham House Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    212 Main St.

    During the early 1900s Jane and Howard Dunham, a prominent Wethersfield couple, traveled the world to collect furnishings for the gracious brick house that had been in their family since 1875. The Georgian-style house, which passed to the Wethersfiel..

  • 4 Cove Warehouse

    Museums and art

    At Cove Park. North end of Main St

    Goods that arrived by sea in the 17C were stored in Wethersfield's seven warehouses before they were transported inland. About 1700, floods demolished six of the warehouses, leaving only Cove Warehouse intact. The structure houses an exhibit on the t..

  • 5 Wethersfield Museum

    Museums and art

    200 Main St.

    A former schoolhouse, this Victorian-era brick building (1893) serves as a visitor center and features a thematic exhibit that brings Wethersfield's history alive with interactive displays and artifacts ranging from a tiny arrowhead to a massive Conn..

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