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The Phelps-Hatheway House & Garden

ADMISSION:
Adults: $7
Students with ID; Seniors (65+); AAA members, Teachers: $6
Children age 6-18: $4
Children under 6 and Connecticut Landmarks Members: Free
Family Price (2 adults & unlimited number of children): $15

Adult Group Tour
Enjoy a guided tour of the Phelps-Hatheway House that examines the lives and experiences of the first two owners, Shem Burbank and Oliver Phelps. Although the two lived during the same period, they experienced the events of the late 18th century in very different ways and their fortunes, or lack-thereof, resulted from their political views on The American Revolution.

Guests will also explore the House's outstanding architecture. The two architectural periods of the Phelps-Hatheway House further demonstrate the differences in Burbank's and Phelp's personalities, experiences, and times. They also enable us to see the changes in taste, style, and availability of goods that took place between the colonial and federal periods.

Booking Information

To book an adult group tour at the Phelps-Hatheway House & Garden, or to receive more information please contact the Education Department at (860) 247-8996 ext. 11. House and walking tours cost $7.00 per person, $5.00 per person for groups of 10 or more.




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DIRECTIONS:
Northbound on I-91:
Exit #40 toward Bradley Airport to Rte. 20 West to Rte. 75 North about 3 miles to Main Street Suffield, turn left, house about 1 mile north on the left.

Southbound on I-91:
Exit 47 W across CT River to Suffield, left onto Rte. 159, first right on to Thrall Ave., 2+ miles to right onto Bridge St., about 1 mile to left onto South Main St., first big house on the right with fence.


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