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Designed by architect Robert Hill, the historic opera house was built in the year 1884, and has served as a cultural center for the residents of Thomaston. Till the year 1930, it was a popular venue for theatrical performances and social events and was later converted into a movie house (the Paramount theater). Over the past century, it closed and reopened several times, until recently in 2011 it reopened as a Live Concert Venue and Outdoor theater. For more information on the latest shows being produced at the historic Opera House, please visit their website.
Stop by the Railroad Museum of New England to see historic Thomaston Station, the Naugatuck River, Mattatuck Forest and the Brass Mills in Waterville. The train ride experience is fun for the whole family and great at any time of year. But honestly, nothing could be better than riding the rails of Litchfield County in the fall during foliage season!