Thursday, January 7, 2010

Marlborough, North Windham and Mystic, Connecticut

Mystic Seaport
A Living Maritime Museum in Mystic Connecticut
Main deck of the Charles W. Morgan looking aft showing the try works of this famous whaler.

Mystic Seaport, on the Mystic River, Conn., is an outdoor-indoor maritime museum depicting life, artifacts, crafts and ships of the nineteenth century.  The Charles W. Morgan, last of the great wooden whaleships, is amongst a variety of ships, ship models, scrimshaw and paintings lending atmosphere to the Seaport.

Pleasant View Lodge Motor Court
25 Modern Rooms
Fine Swedish American Cuisine

Marlborough Country Barn
No. Main St., Marlborough, CT 06447
Connecticut's leading purveyor of Early American Merchandise:  Furniture and accessories, curtains, paints, hardware, lighting, dinnerware, kitchenware, clock shop, decorating loft and The Old Country Store.


  1. Is Mystic, CT the setting for the movie MYSTIC PIZZA? These areas look so lovely, and remind me of the history all around us. I guess certain places that get more tourism and publicity just do a better job of promoting their significance and/or have more economic resources.