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Norwichtown Historic Cemetary

NW Corner 47 Town Street, Norwich, CT 06360
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When ever I go to BOA I walk around the cemetery, it's way cool, neat early stones, I also love the... read more

Reviewed 18 April 2017
dying to get in

the patrons are by no means party animals and the conversation is terrible but it's a great place... read more

Reviewed 14 February 2017
Norwich, Connecticut
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NW Corner 47 Town Street, Norwich, CT 06360

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Reviewed 18 April 2017

When ever I go to BOA I walk around the cemetery, it's way cool, neat early stones, I also love the early American homes near by. Don't see that stuff here in Sarasota

Thank penbean
Reviewed 14 February 2017

the patrons are by no means party animals and the conversation is terrible but it's a great place to find inspiration for baby names

Thank obiscuit
Reviewed 15 January 2017 via mobile

Had to visit the Norwichtown cemetery to complete my visits of the Connecticut signers of the Declaration of Independence's graves. It is difficult to get to but once you're in, it's a great cemetery to explore. I parked behind Samuel Huntingtons old yellow mansion and...More

Thank Lou L
Reviewed 21 November 2016

Beautiful cemetery full of colonial era graves and very interesting grave stones. When I visited I was the only one walking around on a beautiful day. Since it is fairly small, it's easy to find the graves listed on the flyer I picked up. I...More

Thank donOrlando
Reviewed 19 June 2016 via mobile

Hidden in a nook in Norwich this cemetery is scenic and peaceful. It's age makes it interesting- the headstones weathered but still standing strong. Good place for walks and for taking photos.

Thank Cindi A
Reviewed 3 June 2016

I live in Norwich and have to say (aside from living across from where Benedict Arnold was born) that this is an interesting piece of colonial history. Norwich was founded in 1659 and this cemetery contains a lot of history from the 1700s including founders...More

Thank silvaja01
Reviewed 5 April 2016

My 8th great grandfather, Benjamin Armstrong (1684-1718) was one of the original landowners in the area, is buried here!

Thank Ncbyrne1
Reviewed 15 March 2016

We visited with our family and before. We scout troop to see history of Norwich and of Norwichtown. You she pop old see with your own eyes and feel its real

Thank Michael W
Reviewed 11 October 2015

This is a classic colonial era New England cemetery with truly ancient headstones. A signer of the declaration of independence is buried here, as are many of the founding families of Norwich, CT, which means some of the founding families of the United States. Today,...More

Thank llbcchicago
Reviewed 26 August 2015

Super cool historic cemetary. I didnt know so many "important" people on Norwich were buried here. the gravestones are hard to wear because some go back as far as like 1600's so they arent readable anymore but it was still a nice walk and we...More

Thank Racquelle S
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