Connecticut Historical Gardens Day 2022 is set for June 25.

Connecticut Historic Gardens is a group of 15 unique historical sites and gardens in the state that give visitors the opportunity to explore a variety of garden styles and seasons.

“On the fourth Sunday of June every year, the websites are open to the public to enjoy their beauty and history and to appreciate these unique and unique Connecticut symbols,” said Arnold, executive director of the Hadam Historical Society. Home Museum.

Visitors can learn about Colonial Gardens to explore the gardens during the Colonial Revival and enjoy the historic setting in the afternoon. Each site has something unique to offer to the whole family.

Connecticut Historical Gardens Develop unique love of historic gardens in unique historic homes in Connecticut. By partnering with joint marketing initiatives, CHG brings more recognition and visits to member sites, provides visitors with aesthetic and historical experiences, and promotes learning, Malloy said.

Group sites Bellamy-Freedom House and Garden, Bethlehem; Butler-McCook House and Garden, Hartford; Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lim; Glebe House Museum & Gertrude Jekyll Garden, Woodbury; Harkness Memorial State Park, Waterford; Harriet Beecher Stowe Center, Hartford; Hill-Stad Museum, Farmington; Osborne Homestead Museum & Kellogg Local Center, Derby; Phelps-Hatheway House & Gardens, Suffield; Promisek at Three Rivers Farm, Bridgewater; Roseland Cottage, Woodstock; Stanley-Whitman House, Farmington, thank you Arnold House Museum, Hadam; Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum, Wethersfield; And Weir Farm National Historic Site, Wilton.

Go to for more information about the group, individual participating sites and events

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