The Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden, Bethlehem

#65 of 116 in Museums in Connecticut
The Bellamy-Ferriday House and Garden is a historic house museum at 9 Main Street North in Bethlehem, Connecticut. The main house was built between about 1754 and 1767 by the Rev. Joseph Bellamy, a prominent Congregationalist minister who played an influential role in the First Great Awakening. The property, the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. The house and surrounding gardens are owned and operated by Connecticut Landmarks; admission is charged. Another 81 acres of forest and fields adjacent to the museum property are maintained as Bellamy Preserve, the town of Bethlehem's "Central Park," by the Bethlehem Land Trust.
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  • Caroline Ferriday was a remarkable woman who fought for women she did not know and helped improve the lives of women who suffered real tragedy during WW 11. To tour her home is like touching her hand....  more »
  • It was s lovely way to spend the morning and learning about such inspirational women!
  • Beautiful setting. Interesting tidbits of the subject of the historical novel, Lilac Girls.

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