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Denison Homestead Museum [CT]

The Denison Homestead Museum preserves the 1717 home of George Denison, located on land given to his grandfather for his service as captain of the local militia. Pequotsepos Manor presents the history of the Denison family. Periods depicted include the 1730s, 1775-1785, the 1830s, 1890s, and 1930s. The grounds boast period gardens.

The museum offers period rooms, guided tours, a video or presentation on Frederick Douglass, archaeological digs for students, guided tours for students, guided activities for students, Scout programs, trails, gardens, outreach activities, and a picnic table. Please contact the museum to ascertain which programs will be offered at the time you wish to visit.

 
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