Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society, West Hartford

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  • The house is a great way to learn about the time of colonial period. The staff helped you learn about Noah Webster .  more »
  • Visited here and had a lovely guided tour by a guide of advancing years who was very informative and interesting. Really enjoyed hearing about the house and its history.  more »
  • Very entertaining, interesting and factual. It was a great date night or take your guests to. We went for the ambiance but the food was great too. The Noah a Webster house is unique and always 'deligh...  more »
  • This is a fantastic representation of colonial life, with a wide variety of programs if you go on the right day. The best part about this museum is that you can actually stand in the birthplace of the man who basically wrote the American version of English. My favorite part was the clock and China set, both of which were owned by Noah Webster himself. The only downside is that since the museum is Noah's old home it's not very large. You can see everything there is to see in a few visits. Of course then there's always tavern night, an adults only dinner and bar night with colonial games.
  • Not much going on here, but the Dr. Seuss day was fun.
  • Loved the tour.