“To protect, maintain, and preserve the Stanton-Davis Homestead and artifacts with the purpose of creating a museum and educational center open to the public, and dedicated to the memory of the Thomas Stanton, and Davis family, Native Americans, and African American slaves, associated with the history of the homestead-all of whom were instrumental, in the founding of Connecticut.”
The Stanton-Davis Homestead Museum is the oldest house in Stonington, Connecticut. It was built by Thomas Stanton, one of the founders of Stonington, beginning in 1670 with additions made in 1720 and 1750. The property has been a working farm for over 350 years. In 2004, A non-profit corporation was formed to preserve the homestead as a museum.
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" Envision Technology Advisors" extends their congratulations to Andy Robinson, Ground Control Managed Services Leader. Andy was recently named to the board of the Stanton-Davis Homestead Museum, a public museum and living educational center dedicated to the memory of Thomas Stanton, John Davis, Mohegans, Pequots and African Americans associated with the history of the homestead - all of whom were instrumental in the founding of Connecticut.
Private tours of the homestead can be arranged by Appointment ONLY, please send an email with your information - Please be aware there is no wheel-chair access at this time
576A Greenhaven Road Pawcatuck Pawcatuck, Connecticut