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Known for fine dining, antique and boutique shops.  The parks and land preserves afford all outdoor activities.

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A picturesque, New England setting with historic homes beautifully decorated for all season lining Main Street. Its parks and land preserves afford all outdoor activities, with "Healthy Woodbury" program which focuses on health for all. Whether it be strolling down the "tree lined" Main Street, browsing in the antique shops or boutiques, fine dining at the many restaurants, picking pumpkins, riding on the Bike Trail, or reading on one of the many park benches, your visit should be a memorable one.

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Facts about Woodbury

Town/City established:

  • Incorporated in 1673.

Named from:

  • Named from being well wooded. Indian name "Pomperaug."

County:

  • Litchfield.

Notable citizens (past and present):

  • Malcolm Baldridge, United States Secretary of Commerce.
  • Daniel Sherman, great-grandfather of General Sherman.
  • Leroy Anderson, American composter.

Top Five Attractions:

  • Antiques Trail.
  • Flanders Nature Center/Land Trust.
  • Glebe House & Gertrude Jekyll Garden.
  • Walker Road Vineyard.

Annual Visitor’s Events:

  • Earth Day, April.
  • Picnic & Pops, summer.

Quality of town/city:

  • A picturesque, New England setting with historic homes beautifully decorated for all season lining Main Street. Its parks and land preserves afford all outdoor activities, with "Healthy Woodbury" program which focuses on health for all. Whether it be strolling down the "tree lined" Main Street, browsing in the antique shops or boutiques, fine dining at the many restaurants, picking pumpkins, riding on the Bike Trail, or reading on one of the many park benches, your visit should be a memorable one.

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