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Webb Deane Stevens Museum [CT]

The Webb Deane Stevens Museum is located in the heart of Connecticut's largest historic district, the town of Old Weathersfield. The museum consists of four historic homes, all of which were built prior to the Revolutionary War and three of which are National Historic Landmarks. The museum is also home to the museum school, which provides children from preschool to college-age with workshops and educational activities.

The museum offers tours, the museum school, and occasional special events including interpretive events and speakers. The website offers visitor information, a history of the homes, and a calendar of events.

 
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