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  • Established in 1794 by Aaron Buckland, the Hilliard Mills is one of the early or oldest woolen mills in the country of United States. Today, it is a nationally listed historical site, conveniently l...
  • Cheney Brothers Historic District is a 175-acre district in Manchester Connecticut, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. In the late 19th and early 20th century, the Cheney Br...
  • Oliver Wolcott House is a classic example of Connecticut Colonial House with classic post and beam, center chimney. It was built in 1754 by Oliver Wolcott, Sr., and is the earliest Georgian house in...
  • Litchfield Historic District was created by a special act of the General Assembly in 1959. It includes the entire district which includes more than 475 buildings and is listed on the National Regist...
  • David Welch House represents the taste and lifestyle of an affluent, mid eighteenth century Litchfield family. It is located at the junction of Milton Road and Potash Road that overlooks the village...
  • The Milton Congregational Church was started in 1791 and was completed in 1841. It was built on the Milton Green by the Third Ecclesiastical Society of Litchfield and was further passed on to the Mi...
  • The Fairfield County Courthouse is also known as the Court of Common Pleas is built in Richardsonian Romanesque style. This brick building was built in 1888 and was listed on the National Register o...
  • Bridgeport City Hall was built in 1854 as both the City Hall and the Fairfield County Courthouse. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on September 19, 1977. It was renamed McLev...
  • Beardsley Park is the only zoo in the state of Connecticut. This park has a rich history as it was donated by a wealthy farmer, James W. Beardsley way back in 1878. He had given 100 acres of hilly, ...
  • Barnum Museum was originally built by P.T.Barnum and houses an extensive collection related to him as well as the history of Bridgeport. He had commissioned this building to house the work of Bridge...
  • Formerly known as Oyster Point, the City Point is a beautiful area that is the Hill neighborhood of New Haven, Connecticut. This 26 acre historic district is conveniently located in the southwestern...
  • Quinnipiac River Historic District is a historic district of 313-acre in New Haven, spanning the Quinnipiac River in the Fair Haven and Fair Haven Heights neighborhoods. In the year 1984, the Qu...
  • Also known as Fort Hale Park and Black Rock, the Fort Nathan Hale is a popular city park of about 20-acre in New Haven. It is conveniently located at 36 Woodward Ave on the east shore of New Haven H...
  • The New Haven Green, also known as a New Haven Green Historic District was declared a National Historic Landmark District on December 30, 1970. Comfortably located in downtown of New Haven, Connecti...
  • Designed by Edward Tuckerman Potter, an architect from New York City, the Mark Twain House was the home of Mark Twain from year the 1874 to 1891. This house is Victorian Gothic , widely known for it...
  • Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1960, the Old State House is a popular historical site, conveniently located at 800 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut, U.S. It is believed to have been desi...
  • Once the home of Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom`s Cabin, the Harriet Beecher Stowe House is a historic house, located at 77 Forest Street, Hartford, Connecticut, U.S. She lived for 23 ye...