Historical Happenings

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Connecticut River Museum
67 Main Street - Essex CT

This museum - right on the banks of the Connecticut River - has many nautical artifacts from the Connecticut River Valley culture and industry.  A great daytrip for the entire family!


Lockwood-Matthews Mansion Muesum
295 West Avenue - Norwalk

The house has been restored to a 62-room mansion, and is a great example of period architecture.  It's just a short ride on I-95.

 

Shore Line Trolley Museum
17 River Street - East Haven

Take a train ride from the historic railyard along a 3-mile route to experience early train travel.  Children love the whistle!

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