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I took my Brother from CA thru Old Wethersfield. He was amazed at the beauty this town had & the fantastic old homes which are in such wonderful condition. The B&B where the movie was recently made was a highlight. I was so proud of...More
I have lived in wethersfield my entire life and especially enjoy walking through old wethersfield. I shop there and I eat there. Currently they are filming a Hallmark channel movie. How could it possibly be any better than that!
I went here as a place to do a 3 mile picturesque heritage walk, but was definitely disappointed. I assumed that this was all part of one connected neighborhood, but it's actually fairly spread out and there aren't as many attractions as I expected. There...More
We have friends who live in Old Wethersfield, so when we come to town we stay with them. I love all the beautiful, historic homes, and driving by the green on Broad Street, and enjoying the quaint shops. It's a wonderful place to visit.
My wife and I often visit and walk most of Old Wethersfield. In the modern era, it is so nice to see authentic houses that have been not only preserved but are lived in as well from over 200 years ago. There are some dining...More
This quaint little town is quite a surprise. It's a blast from the long ago past only three minutes south of Hartford - which is the exact opposite. Quaint, beautiful, peaceful, and serene are all words I would use to describe this place. Love it...More
Spent the late morning and afternoon in historic Wethersfield Connecticut. Very nice and quaint shops. Be sure to visit the Country Store - lots of candy from back in the day especially if you're a child of the 50s and 60s. The store also so...More