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Worth the admission

Lovely house with welcoming volunteers. It is well worth seeing if you enjoy historic architecture... read more

Reviewed 7 March 2018
ConnecticutLocavore
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Both the house and its narrative are well-crafted

Although I visited Farmington to see the Hill-Stead Museum, I ended up spending far more time here... read more

Reviewed 24 March 2016
John K
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7 Mar 2018
“Worth the admission”
22 May 2017
“Stanley-Whitman House Museum”
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37 High St, Farmington, CT 06032-2314
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Reviewed 7 March 2018

Lovely house with welcoming volunteers. It is well worth seeing if you enjoy historic architecture or want to learn about 18th century life.

Thank ConnecticutLocavore
Reviewed 22 May 2017 via mobile

Beautifully preserved 1720 Saltbox with welcoming and expert staff. Good programs for adults and kids. Small focused research library. Guided tours Wed - Fri. Collection of historic items.

Thank Charles L
Reviewed 2 October 2016 via mobile

There are museums that recreate history. Then there is Stanley Whitman house, which is a living recreation of the history. As you walk through the house and listen to living actors playing the role of times, history comes alive. A must visit in Farmington.

Thank JDinAvonCT
Reviewed 26 April 2016

My husband and I visited this house on April 22. It is a great old history with an interesting history and presentation. What makes it come alive is the docent, Tina, who did a wonderful job of telling us about the house, the people who...More

Thank Vessell
Reviewed 24 March 2016 via mobile

Although I visited Farmington to see the Hill-Stead Museum, I ended up spending far more time here. Tina gave an excellent introduction to the house, its history, and the task of renovation. The displays are modest but well-presented and informative. The archaeological findings on display...More

Thank John K
Reviewed 31 December 2015

Visited with my grandson and my husband. Nice displays and outside colonial garden. Staff was friendly and knowledgeable. We enjoyed our visit.

Thank Jan C
Reviewed 27 September 2015

If you are going to the wonderful Hill-Stead Museum you might want to go around the corner to stop here too. A fairly small, typical colonial era house. I was not that impressed with the interiors. The admission price of $7.00 is a little steep...More

Thank Randy M
Reviewed 30 June 2015

We found this Revolutionary War era home on the way to the Hill-Stead House and we are so glad we returned the next day! Tina was at the reception desk and gave an excellent introduction to the house and the 'dooryard' gardens, then sent us...More

Thank FunnyGrandma
Reviewed 18 April 2015

I am researching for a historical novel set in Colonial America. I visited the Stanley-Williams house. It was a pleasant way to spend an hour. The house has been renovated well. It was interesting to see a home built around a huge central chimney. The...More

Thank Eliza_nc
Reviewed 10 December 2014

Handmade items sure to please those on your list who are difficult to buy for! Lovely setting and delightful people to help you with your search or questions.

Thank Lisa M
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