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Christopher Leffingwell House Museum

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This historic home was built in 1675 and converted to an inn in 1700 by Thomas Leffingwell. Because Christopher Leffingwell was a financier of the American Revolution and a member of the Committee of Correspondence, Continental officers, including George Washington, often stopped here.

The restored building is furnished with 17th and 18th century pieces and displays a collection of Norwich silver.

Open 1 to 4 pm on Friday thru Sunday in May through October. Open by appointment the rest of the year.

Location: 348 Washington St., Norwich Connecticut 06360 Telephone 860-889-9440

Other History nearby:
(Madison) Allis-Bushnell House and Museum
(Bristol) American Clock and Watch Museum
(Hartford) Ancient Burying Ground
(Warwick) Apponaug Village
(Newport) Astors' Beechwood Mansion and Museum
(Old Mystic) B.F. Clyde's Cider Mill

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