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Nathan Lester House & Farm Tool Museum

Built in 1793, the Historic Nathan Lester House and Farm Tool Museum is situated on over a hundred acres of land owned by the Town of Ledyard, CT. Housing a collection of artifacts belonging to the Ledyard Historical Society, the house and barns are open to the public from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Visiting hours are from 2 to 4 on... Read More

Built in 1793, the Historic Nathan Lester House and Farm Tool Museum is situated on over a hundred acres of land owned by the Town of Ledyard, CT. Housing a collection of artifacts belonging to the Ledyard Historical Society, the house and barns are open to the public from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Visiting hours are from 2 to 4 on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, and from 1pm to 4:30 pm on Saturdays and Sundays. They are also open year-round by appointment.  There are no fees for tours, though donations are always welcome.

Come enjoy the Nathan Lester House. Bring a picnic and eat in the beautiful Great Oak Garden. After that, tour the 1793 house and barns full of items from the Colonial to the Victorian eras. Wrap up your afternoon with a hike on the well-marked trails. Bicycles and dogs on leashes are welcome! Don't forget us in the fall and winter! The woods are gorgeous after a snowfall - bring your cross-country skis. Prearranged guided tours provided by appointment.

Tour time: 1.5 hours

Other amenities: Dining Nearby, Dining nearby, Parking, Parking, Printed Guides

 

Pricing: Free.

Other Amenities: Guided Group Tours, Indoor Activity, Pet Friendly, Special Rentals

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Location:

153 Vinegar Hill Rd.
Ledyard, CT 06335

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