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The Victorian Era remains visible everywhere in Connecticut: in its churches, public buildings and cemeteries, but perhaps nowhere as much as in its private houses. Go to the center of any of the state’s 169 cities and towns, and you’ll see them - sometimes solo, sometimes lined up as if in formation - these great “painted ladies” of a bygone era. The great news is that some of Connecticut’s most spectacular Victorian houses have been saved as museums and are open for your inspection:
Featuring: Hotchkiss-Fyler House Museum | Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum (c.1864) | Roseland Cottage Museum | Smith-Harris House | The Mark Twain House & Museum
Traveling with dogs is a huge trend. But why should Fido get all the attention? What about those who want to travel with or otherwise celebrate cats during a getaway? Come to Connecticut! The state has perfect places for anyone traveling with Felix. Or, if Fluffy stays home, you can still get your feline fix at one of these great cat-celebrating attractions.
Featuring: Abbey's Lantern Hill Inn | Book Barn | City of Middletown | City of New Haven | Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo | Green Acres B&B | Harbour Inne & Cottage | Hotchkiss-Fyler House Museum | Mew Haven Cat Cafe | Railroad Museum of New England/Naugatuck Railroad Company | Shubert Theatre | Stamford Marriott Hotel & Spa | The Farmington Inn | The Mark Twain House & Museum | The Study at Yale | Torrington History Museum | Town of Branford | Town of Cheshire | Town of East Haddam | Town of East Hartford | Town of Griswold | Town of Monroe | Town of Naugatuck | Town of New Milford | Town of Newington | Town of Waterford | Town of Westport | Town of Windsor | Town of Woodstock