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Many different plant types on over 67 acres, plus many different themed gardens including Wldflowers, Japanese, Fern Glade, one of the largest and most comprehensive horticultural...
This historical museum housed in 2 historic buildings and display collections of documents, deeds, manuscripts, diaries, journals and account books pertaining to North Haven as...
Antique trolley rides, tours and more.
Collections of 17th to early 18th century furniture, decorative arts, cooking implements and hearth tools and early colonial life and architecture are exhibited at this museum.
This historic house museum displays 19th and 20th century glass plates, photographs, documents, deeds, genealogical data from 1639, furniture and household items from the Griswold...
Built in 1639, this is the oldest standing house in Connecticut. On display are historical artifacts from the culture of early New England settlers, and a wealth of pieces dating...
The technology history museum displays antique arms, photographs, maps, firearms related to the Whitney Armory, A. C. Gilbert toys and artifacts and an 1816 barn.
From Egyptian mummies to saber-toothed cats to the once mighty dinosaurs, you can find it all at the museum.
The museum displays exhibits of fine, decorative and inventive arts of New Haven, along with photographs and local history.
Tyler Buys Homes Hamden company buys homes in Hamden, CT in all conditions. It doesn’t matter if you have a brand new townhome or an old brick bungalow – we see potential in every...
The museum displays exhibits of keyboard instruments from the 16th-18th centuries, string instruments from the 17th-20th centuries and an extensive collection of bells.
The museum housed in the 1759 Parsons House displays collections of costumes, Bibles, scrapbooks, diaries, school books and notebooks from the Wallingford and surrounding areas.
This museum displays the history and formation of the Catholic Fraternal Society from 1882 to the present day.
This art museum displays collections of 16th-20th century British art including 1,300 paintings and 17,000 drawings and prints.