Connecticut Bound: Tourism Regions

Quiet Corner

Representing: Ashford, Brooklyn, Canterbury, Chaplin, Columbia, Coventry, Eastford, Hampton, Killingly, Lebanon, Mansfield, Plainfield, Pomfret, Scotland, Sterling, Thompson, Union, Willington, Windham, Woodstock


The more than 300 varieties of herbs, both edible and medicinal, at Caprilands Herb Farm. Coventry

The Nathan Hale Homestead, the humble farmhouse family home of Connecticut’s state hero. Coventry

The Prudence Crandall House Museum, a stop on Connecticut’s Freedom Trail where Little misses of color were educated. Canterbury

Roseland Cottage, where 19th-century Fourth of Julys were celebrated with guests like U.S. presidents Grant and McKinley. Woodstock

Putnam Antiques Marketplace, where more than 300 dealers showcase their collectibles. Putnam

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For additional information on this region:

Connecticut’s Quiet Corner
Northeast Connecticut Visitors District

Contact Connecticut East Convetion & Visitors Bureau
(860) 444-2206
(860) 779-6383
(888) 628-1228