Samuel Slater Experience

The Samuel Slater Experience brings to life the American Industrial Revolution with immersive, interactive exhibits featuring sight sound, and movement. Travel with Samuel Slater as he secretly carries spinning technology…

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Prudence Crandall Museum

Prudence Crandall, CT’s female hero opened the academy for African-American women in April 1833. Crandall and her students braved harassment and legal battles for almost 17 months until a mob…

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Lebanon Historical Society Museum

Explore Lebanon’s rich history at this modern museum and visitor’s center with its historic buildings. Changing exhibitions, library/genealogy research center, children’s hands-on history room and visitor services. Area attraction brochures available in the 24 hour outdoor kiosk. Hours: Wed.

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Roseland Cottage, Historic New England

Roseland Cottage was built in 1846 in the newly fashionable Gothic Revival style. Its status as National Historic Landmark is based on the significance of its architecture and the historical importance of owner Henry Chandler Bowen. Beautifully restored inside and out, the estate includes a historic boxwood parterre garden and the nation’s oldest surviving bowling alley.

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Windham Textile & History Museum “The Mill Museum”

Located in the historic former Willimantic Linen Company. Through its exhibits, programs, and collections, the museum preserves and interprets the history of the rise and fall of Connecticut’s textile industry, with special emphasis on the experiences of craftspeople, industrial workers, immigrants, manufacturers, inventors, designers, and consumers.

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