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Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden

A Connecticut landmark rich with history and surrounded by a truly inspired garden containing rare plants and beautiful flowers.The spring and summer months find us celebrating the rebirth of the gardens with a number of events, such as our Fairy Festival, Lilac walks and Horticultural workshops. We also host Weddings, Corporate activities,... Read More

The Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden embodies the dramatically different passions of two extraordinary individuals. Bethlehem pastor Reverend Joseph Bellamy, a renowned leader of the Great Awakening, the emotional religious revival of the 1740s, built the house around 1754. In 1912, New Yorkers Henry and Eliza Ferriday acquired it as a summer residence. Mrs. Ferriday and her daughter, Caroline, designed a formal garden which today features historic-style roses, peonies, and lilacs. The Ferridays' other landscape improvements make the site a destination for gardeners. Caroline, an actress, conservationist and philanthropist, deeded the property and furnishings to Connecticut Landmarks on her death.

Tour time: 1.5 hours

Other amenities: Gift Shop

Pricing: Adults $12; seniors, teachers, students (with ID) $10; town residents, children (6-18) $5; children (under 6) free.

Other Amenities: Bus Parking, Gift Shop, Groups Welcome, Guided Group Tours, Meeting/Event Facilities, Special Rentals



9 Main St. North
Bethlehem, CT 06751


May-Sept.: Thu.-Sun. 12–4.
Oct.: Sat.-Sun. 12-4.
Open on Memorial Day, Labor Day & Columbus Day

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