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Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum, 1752-1766-1788


211 Main Street
Wethersfield, CT 06109


Open: January 1 - March 31, by appointment only
May 1 - October 31, Weekdays (except Tuesdays), 10-4; Saturdays, 10-4; Sundays, 1-4
April, November & December, weekends only, Saturdays, 10-4; Sundays, 1-4
Closed: Tuesdays, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Christmas Eve and Day, New Year's Eve and Day


Phone: (860) 529-0612
Fax: (860) 571-8636



The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum includes three remarkable 18th century houses next door to one another. The 1752 Joseph Webb House served as George Washington’s headquarters in May 1781. The c. 1770 Silas Deane House was built for America’s Revolutionary War diplomat to France as both his residence and as a power base for his political aspirations. The Isaac Stevens House, 1789, depicts the life of a middle class family in the 1820s and 1830s using many original family possessions. The Webb House also features a Colonial Revival Garden, based on Amy Cogswell’s 1921 designs, and the 1830 Webb Barn.

Webb House: National Historic Landmark
National Register of Historic Places 1962
Accredited AAM and NSCDA Museum Properties

Dean House: National Historic Landmark 1974


From Interstate 91,exit 26 & follow signs.