HENRY WHITFIELD STATE MUSEUM - Guilford
Discover one of Connecticut's most historic homes! Delve into four centuries of Connecticut history through the evolution of the Whitfield House, built in 1639 and restored in the 1930s. Constructed of local granite as part of a new English colonial settlement, it is now Connecticut's oldest house, New England's oldest stone house, and a National Historic Landmark. The site also features a gift shop, tourism information center, research library, and changing exhibits, as well as landscaped grounds.
Please present printed coupon or coupon shown on smartphone upon arrival.
CLICK COUPON TO PRINT.