Benedict Arnold is Norwich’s most infamous native son. Discover the story of a controversial and complicated man who greatly impacted our nation’s history during the Revolutionary War. The self-guided tour gives a glimpse into Benedict Arnold’s complex childhood and discusses prominent Norwich figures that played a role in the Revolutionary War. Walk 2 easy miles (some uneven terrain) past the family homestead, Leffingwell Inn, Olmstead-Lathrop Manor (from the 1600s) and more. Maps & more available on website. Plan for about 40-45 minutes. No fee.
Park at Leffingwell House Museum 348 Washington St. or at the Norwich Heritage & Regional Visitors’ Center 69 East Town Street.
- Hiking/Walking/Strolling Trails
Corner of Washington St. & Arnold Pl.
Norwich, CT 06360