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Andrews Homestead (1760)

Visitors to the homestead will see early construction details. The great fireplace with its deep Dutch ovens in the keeping room, the paneling surrounding the three remaining fireplaces, the huge exposed field stone chimney wall in the entrance hall, the hiding closet, as well as the wide floor boards, hardware are all original.

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Homestead:
Visitors to the homestead will see early construction details. The great fireplace with its deep Dutch ovens in the keeping room, the paneling surrounding the three remaining fireplaces, the huge exposed field stone chimney wall in the entrance hall, the hiding closet, as well as the wide floor boards, hardware are all original. The furnishings are donations from local families.

Meriden’s Industrial past comes to life in the many display cases containing numerous products made here, and now collected all over the world. A large doll and toy collection fills cases in an upstairs nursery.

Morehouse Research Center:
Many of the antiques of today were manufactured in Meriden, so the center gets worldwide requests for information on International Silver Company, Meriden Britannia, Manning and Bowman, Wilcox and White, Charles Parker, Miller Company, Handel Lamp, Bradley and Hubbard, C.F. Monroe, Aeolian, J.D. Bergen, J.J. Niland, E.A. Bliss, Foster Merriam, Meriden Gravure, and many other Meriden firms.

The research center is located in a former bank building on 1090. When requesting information, please include a stamped self-addressed envelope. Donations are always welcomed.

 

Other Amenities: Groups Welcome

Dates of Operation: May-Oct.

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Location:

Meriden Historical Society
424 West Main St.
Meriden, CT 06451

Hours:

Sun. 11-3.

While You're in the Neighborhood