Welles Shipman Ward House
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Administrated by the Hitorical Society of Glastonbury, this 19th Century mansion is said to have been built by Col. Thomas Welles as a gift to his son for his wedding. Located on Main Street, the house features the Colonial Revival herb garden, a functional 300 year old loom and a variety of historical artifacts, hosting a variety of special events including an Archaeology Day, a Colonial Games Day for children, special dinners and more. Visit the Welles Shipman Ward House webpage for an overview of the house's history and upcoming events.
972 Main St, South Glastonbury, CT 06073