Nathan Hale Homestead

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General Information: 2299 South St
, CT 06238
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860-742-6917, 860-247-8996
Fax: 860-249-4907
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No Smoking
Hours: 1 PM-4 PM Sunday
Closed Monday - Tuesday
1 PM-4 PM Wednesday - Saturday

Interest Areas: History / Heritage, Politics, Architecture

"I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country" declared Captain Nathan Hale moments before the British hanged him as a spy in 1776. One of the first of thousands of patriots who would die in the war for American independence, Hale is Connecticut's official State Hero. He was born and spent most of the short life he courageously sacrificed on this 400-acre farm.

In 1776 Hale's father rebuilt the Homestead, which has changed little since. Its furnishings include collections amassaed by pioneer Connecticut antiquarian George Dudley Seymour and several Hale family possessions.

Open May to October.

Listing Maintained by: Scott L Wands

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