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Historic Wethersfield


200 Main Street
Wethersfield, CT 06109
United States

(??.? miles from you)


Historic Wethersfield


(??.? miles from you)

200 Main Street
Wethersfield, CT 06109
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Founded in 1634, Wethersfield became a hub of business in the very first permanent settlement, Connecticut. Today, it offers visitors a rare chance to see an authentic living New England Village complete with artifact

The pace is slow and steady in this community, which is devoted to preserving its authentic New England heritage. See houses built throughout the years, 50 built before the Revolutionary War, 100 built by the time of the Civil War and another 150 built shortly after. Each house tells a story about life in that time.

Perfectly positioned, 2 hours from both New York and Boston, Historic Wethersfield offers its visitors options to explore history in the Historic Wethersfield Visitors Center and the Wethersfield Museum in the Keeney Memorial Cultural Center which display an overview of Wethersfield's historic past.

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Why You Should Go...

Founded in 1634, Wethersfield became a hub of business in the very first permanent settlement, Connecticut. Today, it offers visitors a rare chance to see an authentic living New England Village complete with artifact rich museums, historic homes, shops, history and more.

The pace is slow and steady in this community, which is devoted to preserving its authentic New England heritage. See houses built throughout the years, 50 built before the Revolutionary War, 100 built by the time of the Civil War and another 150 built shortly after. Each house tells a story about life in that time.

Perfectly positioned, 2 hours from both New York and Boston, Historic Wethersfield offers its visitors options to explore history in the Historic Wethersfield Visitors Center and the Wethersfield Museum in the Keeney Memorial Cultural Center which display an overview of Wethersfield's historic past.

What You Should Know...

Access: Wheelchair

Available: Café, Restaurant, Family Restroom, Gift Shop, Souvenirs

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  • Deconstructing the Hamilton Phenomenon with Frank Rizzo

    Thursday

    6:00 PM EST

    Historic Wethersfield

    Deconstructing the Hamilton Phenomenon with Frank Rizzo

    Historic Wethersfield

    Deconstructing the Hamilton Phenomenon with Frank Rizzo
    Fans of the musical "Hamilton!" may be surprised to learn that the groundwork for the rebel victory at Yorktown was planned in the home of Joseph Webb of Wethersfield, CT, by George Washington and French General Rochambeau. Variety theater critic and Connecticut arts writer Frank Rizzo will give a lively multimedia presentation on the phenomenon that is "Hamilton!". The wine reception is at 6:00 PM and presentation begins at 6:30 PM.

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Why You Should Go...

Founded in 1634, Wethersfield became a hub of business in the very first permanent settlement, Connecticut. Today, it offers visitors a rare chance to see an authentic living New England Village complete with artifact rich museums, historic homes, shops, history and more.

The pace is slow and steady in this community, which is devoted to preserving its authentic New England heritage. See houses built throughout the years, 50 built before the Revolutionary War, 100 built by the time of the Civil War and another 150 built shortly after. Each house tells a story about life in that time.

Perfectly positioned, 2 hours from both New York and Boston, Historic Wethersfield offers its visitors options to explore history in the Historic Wethersfield Visitors Center and the Wethersfield Museum in the Keeney Memorial Cultural Center which display an overview of Wethersfield's historic past.

More...

What You Should Know...

Access: Wheelchair

Available: Café, Restaurant, Family Restroom, Gift Shop, Souvenirs

CALENDAR

  • Thu

    28

  • Oct

    7

  • Oct

    8

  • Oct

    9

  • Oct

    10

  • Oct

    11

  • Oct

    12

  • Oct

    13

  • Oct

    14

  • Oct

    15

  • Oct

    16

  • Oct

    17

  • Oct

    18

  • Oct

    19

  • More

  • Deconstructing the Hamilton Phenomenon with Frank Rizzo

    Thursday

    6:00 PM EST

    Historic Wethersfield

    Deconstructing the Hamilton Phenomenon with Frank Rizzo

    Historic Wethersfield

    Deconstructing the Hamilton Phenomenon with Frank Rizzo
    Fans of the musical "Hamilton!" may be surprised to learn that the groundwork for the rebel victory at Yorktown was planned in the home of Joseph Webb of Wethersfield, CT, by George Washington and French General Rochambeau. Variety theater critic and Connecticut arts writer Frank Rizzo will give a lively multimedia presentation on the phenomenon that is "Hamilton!". The wine reception is at 6:00 PM and presentation begins at 6:30 PM.

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