Category Archives: Wethersfield

Celebrating 2012 Memorial Day In Greater Hartford

In the United States of America we enjoy a freedom many residents of other countries do not enjoy. Over the last 236 years, many father’s, mother’s, brothers, sister’s, husbands, wives, friends, and coworkers have made – the ultimate sacrifice – protecting our freedom. Memorial Day is the day we honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice […]

Mikey’s Place

Old Wethersfield, Connecticut’s oldest town, features more than historic homes and wonderful architecture. On the northern side of the historic district is Standish Park, where Hartford Ave., Garden St. and Nott St. converge. At first blush, the playground in Standish Park might look like many other playgrounds, but this one is different. Mikey’s Place, named […]

Silas W. Robbins House Bed & Breakfast On The Broad Street Green (Wethersfield, CT)

Located in “Old Wethersfield”, Wethersfield’s (CT) historic district, this beautiful French Second Empire mansion was meticulously restored between 2001 and 2007 after a fire in 1996 nearly destroyed it. In October 2007, the Silas Robbins House opened as a bed & breakfast and has received awards from Yankee Magazine (2010 Editor’s Choice) and Hartford Magazine (2009 Best Inn/Bed & […]