The Nature Trails At This Connecticut Museum Lead To Ancient Discoveries

We recently took you on a hike through an abandoned village. Today’s journey will lead you on a wonderful trip to another one of Connecticut’s historical spots. Put on your hiking shoes and get ready for an amazing experience as we travel through the forest to a replicated 16th century Algonkian Village. The nature trails at The Institute For American Indian Studies Museum & Research Center (IAIS Museum) are fun for the whole family to explore.

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Looking for more trails to explore in Connecticut? Try these ten short waterfall hikes or these beautiful beach hikes. Don’t forget to share your photos of all your outdoor adventures in our Connecticut Nature Lovers Group on Facebook!