Relive The Colonial Era At These 9 Historic Spots In Connecticut

As one of the earliest-colonized states, Connecticut is one of only a few states that boasts surviving architecture from the colonial period. Visit these nine places to experience what life was like back when Connecticut residents paid taxes to England.

Please note, Henry Whitfield House is temporarily closed.

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So, who’s ready to explore centuries-old houses filled with enough antiques to make parents of young kids really nervous? Which one are you most excited to visit? Share in the comments!

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