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The Huntington House Museum

289 Broad St, Windsor, CT 06095-2906
+1 860-688-2004
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No Longer a Museum

This facility, located on the Windsor (CT) green, is no longer a museum. A high level professional... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2016
bennetj
,
Hartford
Huntington House Closed

The Huntington House Museum is no longer in existence as the necessary support , both financial and... read more

Reviewed 16 October 2015
bobbybonds
,
windsor ct
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  • Average33%
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11 Apr 2016
“No Longer a Museum”
16 Oct 2015
“Huntington House Closed”
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289 Broad St, Windsor, CT 06095-2906
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+1 860-688-2004
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Reviewed 11 April 2016

This facility, located on the Windsor (CT) green, is no longer a museum. A high level professional placement agency now inhabits this building.

Thank bennetj
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Reviewed 16 October 2015

The Huntington House Museum is no longer in existence as the necessary support , both financial and attendance, was not forthcoming from the community at large.

Thank bobbybonds
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Reviewed 25 November 2013

Ogle The Huntington House. Then admire the Town Green. Visit the railroad station and the Windsor Arts Center. From the Windsor Arts Center walk south until you find the River Trails trail head. Take a nice walk. Then tour the Loomis-Chaffee School campus. For lunch...More

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Reviewed 9 October 2013 via mobile

The building has been transformed into office space and is no longer open to the public. It is a big White House between the library and town hall. The folks at the library are very friendly and recommended the park and the river trail instead.

Thank DNA64
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Reviewed 10 July 2012

At first I thought there must be a SECOND Huntington Museum in Connecticut, but when Pinkie and Blue Boy were mentioned I knew there was an error. These paintings are in the Huntington Museum, Library and Gardens in San Marino, California. Lovely place to visit...More

Thank Shannon A
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Reviewed 1 June 2012

My daughter took me to visit here as she had spent a lot of time doing reserach for her PhD. What a beautiful place to visit! The grounds are meticulously maintained and it is so serene and relaxing. The Japanese and Chinese Gardens are beautiful....More

Thank Banaltra
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