PRUDENCE CRANDALL MUSEUM - Canterbury
Visit the home and academy of Prudence Crandall, Connecticut's state heroine, Principal of the Canterbury Female Boarding School, which became the first school of higher education for African-American women in the nation. Discover the moral courage that Crandall, along with Sarah Harris and other students showed in the face of discrimination, and explore the historic issues of racism, sexism, and injustice. The site features period rooms, exhibits, and a gift shop. SEASONAL
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THE PRUDENCE CRANDALL MUSEUM IS CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS. PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR COUPON WHEN IT OPENS IN THE SPRING OF 2022.