LEFFINGWELL HOUSE MUSEUM & JOSEPH CARPENTER SILVERSMITH SHOP Norwich
The architecture and the furnishings of the Leffingwell House Museum reveal what was important and what was a secret in this home built by Stephen Backus in 1675 then purchased, expanded and then used as an Inn by the Leffingwell family before, during and after the American Revolution. Who was Christopher Leffingwell and why were some secret messages for his eyes only?
SEASONAL: APRIL THROUGH OCTOBER, Saturdays 11 am to 3 pm; Sundays 12 pm to 3 pm.
Joseph Carpenter Silversmith Shop, circa 1772 shows the craftsmen and businesses on the Norwich Green. The Joseph Carpenter Silversmith Shop was built by Joseph Carpenter between 1772 and 1774 on the Norwichtown Green. It still looks much the same as it did when Joseph worked there as a silversmith and clockmaker. The shop may be the only frame silversmith shop surviving in New England.
SEASONAL: MAY THROUGH OCTOBER: Friday - Sunday, 11 am to 3 pm.
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