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The three homes are right in a row, and are full of lovely antiques. Lots of attention to detail. We were the only ones on the tour and our guide was a real history buff; consequently the tour lasted about 90 minutes (instead of the...More
Went to a wedding and reception behind the Dean House. The wedding was under a 100-year old tree and the reception was in the barn on the grounds, Very nice venue. We didn't go in the houses wandered the gardens a bit.
My husband and I visited the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum in Wethersfield, Connecticut on Saturday, June 23, 2018. Our visit included a guided house tour of the Webb, Deane and Stevens houses. We arrived about ten minutes before 11:00 AM and we were able to start on...More
Nostalgia to the fullest.
It’s a guided tour of three house – Silas Deane , Issac Stevens and Joseph Webb house. The guides are quite knowledgeable, the houses are well maintained and have ample historical furniture.
Worth a visit to know about Connecticut history.
You can tour one house or all three. We toured all three and had a wonderful docent all to ourselves. The focus is on the original owners and how they contributed to the Revolutionary War, including the hosting of George Washington. Rooms are furnished in...More
for anyone with an interest in the revolutionary war era, this is a must-see. the webb, deane, and stevens houses are all from that period, and provide many insights into that time. the houses are viewed by guided tour only, and tours are available as...More
We enjoyed our trip to the museum. Many places say George Washington slept here but this place can back it up as they showed us an actual quote from his journal. He stayed for five days and becan discussing battle strategies with the French. This...More
My Mother and I really lucked out because we came at a non-busy time and ended up getting a private tour. Our guide was excellent - he really knew a ton about the houses and the history and his love for the properties showed. Each...More
Very interesting tour, given by an experienced and knowledgeable guide/docent. The homes are well maintained, the historical and contemporary furniture and other pieces tell a great story of life in Old Wethersfield.
Very inexpensive ($10/person), I recommend this to anyone interested in early American history...More