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TIME TRAVEL A FEW CENTURIES

So much to see in Old Wethersfield. Don't miss The Green on Broad Street; at this site you can... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
TravelingSister75
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San Diego CA
Charming New England

Old Wethersfield is full of gorgeous old homes, tree-lined streets and parks, historical museums... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
KTNNL
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Reviewed 3 days ago

So much to see in Old Wethersfield. Don't miss The Green on Broad Street; at this site you can picture how the upper class lived in the 1700 and 1800's with their big beautiful houses on either side of a beautiful park-like stretch of trees...More

Thank TravelingSister75
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Old Wethersfield is full of gorgeous old homes, tree-lined streets and parks, historical museums and an old cemetery. It has lovely restaurants, a wonderful country store and a resident turkey named Kevin. It is surely worth a visit any time of the year!

Thank KTNNL
Reviewed 7 September 2017

You can walk around all of "Old Wethersfield" and enjoy the stroll. You have the opportunity to see where George Washington slept (it seems he does get around). There are many historic houses, a historic cemetery, and historic church. The Historical Society has information notes...More

Thank Gee M
Reviewed 20 August 2017

Wethersfield is a charming, quaint town south of Hartford. There are several shops and restaurants as well as historic sights. You can even visit the old churchyard where many of the founding town members are buried. Between visiting the historic homes, window shopping, and having...More

1  Thank 2CAtravelers
Reviewed 27 June 2017

a charming, small town, old wethersfield is steeped in the history of the revolutionary war. be sure to visit the webb-deane-stevens museum (see my separate review), and take the self guided walking tour around the town. start at the visitors center (200 main street) for...More

Thank arthur w
Reviewed 18 June 2017 via mobile

A very relaxing and beautiful place. There are a few historic homes and museums to see. The general store was great for local Connecticut products. The green was beautiful. All the old homes were immaculately kept and beautiful. We will be back!

Thank Dave S
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Old Wethersfield is full of history from its historic museums to all the historic homes dating to the 18th century. Take the time to visit the signs on the heritage trail which will tell you the history of the area.

Thank Katie S
Reviewed 18 January 2017 via mobile

Old Wethersfield is a wonderful place to walk just about any season of the year. The terrain is flat. The Cove (of the CT River) is attractive and, above all, you get to view many historical houses that are adorned with plates that give the...More

2  Thank FungrandmaCT
Reviewed 2 November 2016

This town was just lovely - beautiful old homes and a real New England feel. It's a great place for a leisurely stroll and soaking up history. I will say that I was disappointed that there weren't more shops. We had read somewhere that Wethersfield...More

1  Thank SueMPA
Reviewed 21 October 2016

We took a quick trip to Old Wethersfield while waiting for my friend's husband at the DMV. What a cute little gem this is! We went around the old cemetery there and walked all the way down to the cove and walked around there which...More

1  Thank TheBeardedTraveler82
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