American Museum of Tort Law, Winsted

#60 of 115 in Museums in Connecticut
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The American Museum of Tort Law is a museum developed by Ralph Nader, located in his hometown of Winsted, Connecticut. The museum focuses on topics of civil justice and "aspects of the legal system that handle wrongful actions that result in injury". The museum opened to the public in September 2015. It is the first law museum in the United States.
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  • We were driving through Winsted looking for something to do. We heard about the Museum of Tort Law and decided to check it out. The woman at the front desk was vivacious and excited about the...  more »
  • We were on a Mystery Bus Trip and did not know where we going. What a pleasant surprise. You do not know what you don't know about tort law until you visit this entertaining and informative tour. The....  more »
  • This museum offers a unique opportunity to observe the nuances of the subject. Specific detailed presentations provide a glimpse into the American way and history of thought that will inspire you to think about how you might have contributed to the events and happenings that are shown.
  • Great visit as it is super clean and mapped out well. Employee's are helpful and you walk away with a hmmm and why would companies do what they did. Go and find out , be sure to check with your library for a discounted ticket.

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