Our Favorite Unique Museums in Connecticut
Get your bucket list ready- it’s time to add the Nutmeg states weirdest and wackiest museums. While EverPresent preserves your unique family history, check out these unique collections that preserve some interesting pieces of Connecticut history.
PT Barnum Museum
This museum in Bridgeport is the last remaining museum showcasing objects associated with this entrepreneurial circus legend.
Castles in Connecticut? You betcha. Built between 1914-1918, this estate and land is now a popular state park in East Haddam.
Yale Collection of Musical Instruments
Calling all music connoisseurs, while we can preserve the sounds of your audio tapes, this university collection conserves the instruments, from violins to a room full of pianos.
New England Carousel Museum
This 30 year old Bristol museum is dedicated to collecting the carved horses, and other menagerie of animals that make up this classic children’s amusement ride.
American Clock and Watch Museum
If you’re the kind of person who always likes to be on time, this is the place for you. This museum located in Bristol is dedicated to the preservation of American time-keeping pieces.
Round out a three museum trifecta in Bristol, with this location where keys and door knobs are the primary artifacts on display.
Blue Slope Country Museum
Cows abound in North Franklin! This museum on an operational farm, features a collection of farming equipment and celebrates the agricultural lifestyle.
Ballard Institute of Puppetry
Did you know that the University of Connecticut is the only place in the world that you can get a Masters in Puppetry? This gallery hosts a permanent collection, rotating exhibits and shows.
Barker Character, Comic & Cartoon Museum
From toys to toons, this museum boasts an extensive collection of all memorabilia that displays popular characters in Cheshire.
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