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Built c.1840 and remodeled in 1914, it is said to be "The Oldest Homestead in America", since it was on the foundations of the 1663 house, and continuously occupied. The house is a museum with exhibits on the Boothe family and their activities and collections, and on Stratford history with ten restored buildings which include: Boothe Homestead, Carriage House; Americana Museum; Miniature Lighthouse; Clock Tower Museum; Trolley Station; Blacksmith Shop.

Location: P.O. Box 902, Stratford Connecticut 06497 Telephone 203-378-0630

Other History nearby:
(Madison) Allis-Bushnell House and Museum
(Bristol) American Clock and Watch Museum
(New York City) American Museum of the Moving Image
(New York City) American Numismatic Society
(New York City) Audubon Terrace Museum Group
(Cheshire) Baker Character, Comic & Cartoon Museum

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