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Home of the renown conservationist and businesswoman, Frances Osborne Kellogg, this grand Colonial Revival style mansion was built in 1840. Surrounding the majestic house are the formal gardens, awash in vibrant colors from spring through autumn when the flowers are in full bloom. Today, the Osborne Homestead is not only a popular house museum that showcases the life of its historic residents, but is also a member of the Connecticut Historic Gardens and the Connecticut Women's Heritage Trail. Guided tours of the house and gardens are organized for those who wish to delve into the life and work of the esteemed Frances Osborne Kellogg. Although the museum itself is open only from May through October, the groups are open year round from 9a to 4p Monday through Saturday, and from 12p to 4p on Sundays as well from May through October.
The 1750 Ogden House & Gardens served the Odgen family for nearly 125 years. Currently, managed by the Fairfield Historical Society, this historical house chronicles and displays documents and objects pertaining to that era. Its beautiful gardens further add to the splendor.
Maintained and managed by the Amity & Woodbridge Historical Society, the Darling House Museum dates back to the 1770s. This house belonged to Thomas Darling, a prominent citizen of Connecticut. Currently, this house museum opens its doors on special occasions only, but you can also avail group tours with prior appointment.
The St. Mark's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Mount Kisco, New York. The church was built in 1913 by renowned architect Bertram Goodhue in the Late Gothic Revival style of architecture. The stone structure of the church features gable roofs and shingles. The church building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.
The Edgar Josselyn and Nathan Mellon designed Beaux Arts building was constructed in 1905 to serve as Stamford’s town hall. Over the period, the building could not accommodate all the city offices and hence steadily different departments relocated, and finally the town hall was completely vacant. In 1972, efforts to restore this historical hall were made and the National Register of Historic Places accorded a listing to this edifice.
The Whitneyville Congregational Church is a magnificent church site situated in the city of Hamden in the U.S. State of Connecticut. The church building was finely constructed and established in the year 1834, and has adapted the Greek Revival style of architecture. Coming under the purview of United Church of Christ, the church stands listed on the National Register of Historic Places.