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Ridgefield
Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art
258 Main Street
Ridgefield CT 06877
Phone 203 438-4519
Web Site www.alrichart.org/
Description contemporary art, outdoor sculpture garden
Type of Resource Museum
Primary Focus Arts

Rocky Hill
Academy Hall Museum
785 Old Main Street
PO Box 185

Rocky Hill CT 06067
Phone 860 563-6704
Web Site http://www.rockyhillhistory.org/about.htm
E-mail mailto:info@rockyhillhistory.org
Description farm implements, military items, maritime, technology, costumes
Type of Resource Museum
Primary Focus Local History
Building Type Schoolhouse
Research /Reading Library
Owner/Operator: Rocky Hill Historical Society

Connecticut
Somers
Somers Mountain Museum of Natural History and Primitive
332 Turnpike Road
Storrs CT  06071
Phone 860 749-4129
Web Site www.ziplink.net
Description ancestral culture and technology worldwide, emphasis on Native American
Type of Resource Museum
Primary Focus Technology
Group Identity Native American

South Norwalk
Norwalk Museum
41 North Main Street
South Norwalk CT 06854
Phone 203 866-0202
Web Site http://www.culinarymenus.com/norwalkmuseum.htm
Description located in former city hall
Type of Resource Museum
Primary Focus Local History
Building Type City Hall
Research /Reading Archives

Connecticut
Southington
Barnes Museum
85 North Main Street
Southington CT 06489
Phone 860 628-5426
Web Site
Description
Type of Resource Museum

Connecticut
South Windsor

Pleasant Valley Schoolhouse Museum
771 Ellington Road P. O. Box 216
South Windsor  CT 06074
Phone 860-291-9958
Web Site
http://southwindsorhistory.home.att.net
E-mail mailto:southwindsorhistory@att.net http:/
Description
The only one-room school preserved in South Windsor, PVS#5 is now a museum of
local history displaying old texts, maps, desks, photos and lessons from town
schools, circa 1850-1950. Also featured are artifacts representing South
Windsor's agricultural, domestic, and social history. It's located on CT Rt.
30, just 12 miles northeast of Hartford.

Type of Resource  Museum
Primary Focus Local History
Field of Study/Science Facility Genealogy        
Collection  M-Z  Tools  

Era 1862
Owner/Operator:  South Windsor Historical Society
New or Updated:  11/01/2003

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