Lighthouse Museum, Stonington Historical Society 7 Water St, Stonington, CT06378 Originally built in 1823 and serving for a century as a beacon to passing ships, the Stonington Lighthouse now serves as…More a museum. It is perched on a point with breathtaking views of the ocean. The stately stone structure makes for great photographs and is fun to visit.
The Woolworth Library, Stonington Historical Society 40 Palmer St, Stonington, CT06378 The library is a fantastic resource for anyone interested in finding out more about the rich history of Stonington and…More the surrounding areas. A modern facility opened in 1998, it has a comfortable reading room. The collection of rare manuscripts, books, photographs and newspapers is extensive.
Captain Palmer House, Stonington Historical Society 40 Palmer St, Stonington, CT06378 Built in 1852 and declared a National Historic Landmark in 1996, this house is justly famous. The square and ornate…More white and green structure occupies a commanding spot with excellent views. The Palmers used to identify incoming ships from the cupola.