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Eric Sloane Museum, Kent
Explore the studio of one of Connecticut’s most renowned artists and authors, discover the real story behind the "Diary of an Early American Boy" and marvel at Sloane’s collection of early American hand tools.
Henry Whitfield State Museum, Guilford
Delve into four centuries of Connecticut history through the evolution of the state’s oldest house, built in 1639 and restored in the 1930s.
Old New-Gate Prison & Copper Mine, East Granby
Discover the newly restored site of the oldest surviving state prison in America.
Prudence Crandall Museum, Canterbury
Learn about Connecticut’s state heroine, a pioneer in education for African-American women and a fighter of racism and sexism.