Connecticut March 14, 2017
You’ll Fall In Love With This Charming River Town In Connecticut
Connecticut has so many beautiful little towns to visit that it’s easy to pass one by. It would be a shame not to see this charming little town on the Connecticut River. Take a look at Chester.
Chester, Connecticut is a small town situated right on the banks of the Connecticut River.
The tree-lined streets of Chester are so charming that you'll immediately want to move right in.
You'll love wandering through the little shops and businesses here.
The community of Chester has less than 4,000 residents, so it has that small-town feel.
Pattaconk 1850 is a community gathering place.
This tavern is located at 33 Main Street, and it's been a local watering hole pretty much forever.
St. Joseph's Church parish was first organized in 1850; this adorable church was built just a few years later.
This quaint church is located at 48 Middlesex Avenue.
Ceramica is one of many shops where you can find hand-crafted items in Chester.
Shop at Ceramica on 36 Main Street.
C&G is one of several delightful art galleries.
It's located at 3 North Main Street.
Leif Nilsson Spring Studio & Gallery is another quaint little gallery.
Visit the gallery on 1 Spring Street.
The Chester Museum at the Mill is a wonderful place to learn about this town's history.
The mill was built in the 1860s - now it's a historical museum. Exhibits are always changing here. Find this charming museum at 9 W Main Street.
The Chester Hadlyme Ferry was established in 1769. It operates from April through November to allow people easy travel from Chester to Hadlyme.
Have you ever visited Chester? Tell us you favorite thing about this adorable town.
If you’re interested in exploring more of Connecticut’s small towns, take a look at these
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