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Woodbury Antiques Trail

Category: Special Interest Trails
Rte. 6
Woodbury, 06798

Between any Wednesday and Sunday, spend a couple of relaxing days in the quaint hamlet of Woodbury. Begin with breakfast in one of the cozy diners, and then browse the southern end of the Antiques Trail that features more than 35 diverse shops. Take time out for lunch at a local restaurant and then visit the historic Glebe House Museum and Gertrude Jeckyll Garden. Rejoin the Trail for more antique browsing before checking in the Curtis House, Connecticut's oldest inn, or or Cornucopia at Oldfield B&B located in the historic district of Southbury. Prepare for a fine dining experience at any of the local restaurants recognized for their excellence. Next morning after breakfast move on through the northern end of the Antiques Trail. If it is summer or fall, enjoy an afternoon walk in either of the two Flanders Nature preserved, and on Saturdays visit the Antiques Flea Market where the Trail intersects with Rte. 64. If it is winter, visit Woodbury Ski Area for some downhill skiing or snowboarding. Don't leave town before you visit the Woodbury Pewter to shop and watch pieces being made by local craftsmen.

Phone: (203) 263-2144
Website: http://www.woodburyct.org
Attraction Rate: *
Dates of Operation: Open year-round,
Hours: Wed.-Sun.
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