What Is a National Heritage Corridor?

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Congress designated The Last Green Valley as a National Heritage Corridor in 1994. The Last Green Valley is not a traditional park. Instead, citizens, businesses, nonprofit cultural and environmental organizations, local and state governments, and the National Park Service work together to preserve and celebrate the region’s cultural, historical and natural heritage. Find out more about National Heritage Areas at the National Park Service Website.

Get your National Park Passport stamped at our Visitor Centers to add to your collection of National Park Service destinations.
1) The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor Office, 203B Main St., Killingly, CT
2) Prudence Crandall Museum, 1 South Canterbury Rd., (Jct. Rtes. 169 & 14), Canterbury, CT
3) Roseland Cottage, 556 Route 169, Woodstock, CT
4) Lebanon Historical Society Museum, 856 Trumbull Hwy., Lebanon, CT
5) Norwich Heritage & Regional Visitors’ Center, 69 East Town Rd., Norwich, CT
6) Old Sturbridge Village, 1 Old Sturbridge Village Rd., Sturbridge, MA