Hartford Stage is one of the leading resident theatres in the United States, known internationally for entertaining and enlightening audiences with a wide range of the best of world drama, from classics to provocative new plays and musicals
In 1831, Prudence Crandall opened a private academy for the daughters of the white families of Canterbury and neighboring communities. Sarah Harris approached Crandall and was accepted as the first black woman as a student at the Academy.
American Clock & Watch Museum is a center for collecting, preserving, exhibiting, and interpreting the history and science of clocks, watches and other timekeepers of horological interest. The collection at The American Clock & Watch Museum includes clocks dating from 1680 and watches dating from 1595.
Old farm houses line the highways leading to Lebanon in eastern Connecticut between Norwich and Willimantic, where the town center resembles many picturesque New England villages with a library,churches and town hall clustered around the green.
Norwich, known as “The Rose of New England”, is a city in New London County, Connecticut, United States. Norwich was founded in 1659 when settlers from Old Saybrook, Connecticut purchased land from Chief Uncas, leader of the Mohegan Native American tribe.