Each Of These 6 Abandoned Places In Connecticut Has A Story To Tell

Whether you are hiking through the trails of Connecticut or driving down an old road, when you find an abandoned building there are always questions about the story of an empty old mansion or a lonely roadside diner that no longer has patrons to serve. There is something about these places that intrigues us and makes us want to know more about the stories behind the buildings and ruins. Here are six abandoned places in Connecticut that you won’t have to wonder about any longer.

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Want to read more stories behind abandoned places in the U.S.? Check out the Facebook Group Abandoned States of America for more photos and history.

Address: Sunrise State Park, 121 Leesville Rd, Moodus, CT 06469, USA
Address: Hearthstone Castle, 18 Brushy Hill Rd, Danbury, CT 06810, USA
Address: Shade Swamp, Farmington, CT 06032, USA
Address: Seaside Sanatorium a Connecticut State Park, Seaside Dr, Waterford, CT 06385, USA
Address: East Haddam, CT, USA