Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum

The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum promotes the understanding of colonial life and its enduring influence in the Connecticut River Valley through the preservation and interpretation of the Museum’s buildings, collections and grounds. The Museum strives to fulfill its mission through educational programs, research and exhibitions geared to diverse audiences of all ages. The Museum is committed to community engagement and partnering with institutions, groups and individuals concerned with furthering the values of our country’s founders.


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The Museum, an anchor property in Connecticut’s oldest and largest historic district, features three historically significant, 18th-century houses (including two National Historic Landmarks). The campus also includes the state-of-the art, 9,200-square-foot Education Center; a restored 19th-century barn; a Colonial Revival Garden; outbuildings, including three preserved privies; and eight acres of fields and woods. Wethersfield is highly developed (70%) with little open space remaining - making the preservation, protection, and enhancement of the property even more vital.

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