Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum is a historic site that provides the visitors with a unique experience of seeing the lifestyle of the 18th and 19th centuries. The historic site has three restored homes; The Joseph Webb house, Silas Deane house, and The Isaac Stevens house. The historic site offers guided and informative tours, the museum was opened in 1919 in Wethersfield, Connecticut. The site also has The Webb house barn and the Colonial Revival garden. The museum is open April through November, the museum is closed on Tuesdays.
Things to Do
- The historic site has so much to see and explore, see the beautiful 1752 Joseph Webb house, the house served as George Washington's headquarters in 1781.
- See the Silas Deane house, the house was built in 1769, the house showcases a dining room, stair hall, kitchen and bed rooms.
- Isaac Stevens house was built in 1788, the second floor of the house features children's exhibits. The second floor has a restored children's bedroom, toys and dollhouses collection and other activities.
- The 1920's Colonial Revival Garden is a beautifully designed garden reminiscence of the early 20th century.
- The museum gift shop stocks interesting merchandise for children and adults, there are books, gifts, jewelry, ceramics and more.
- Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy it in the museum grounds.
Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum Insider Tips
- Free parking is available.