Old State House

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The Old State House in Hartford, Connecticut is generally believed to have been designed by noted American architect Charles Bulfinch as his first public building.

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Aug 13, 2023
I had some time in Hartford before an afternoon flight, and was lucky enough to be there for one of the walking tours from the Old State House with Nicole. It was absolutely wonderful… not a canned t… Full review by ethelred30000
Jul 18, 2023
350+ years of fascinating Connecticut history come to life at the Old State House! It's not easy to entertain college students these days, especially without their phones, but that's exactly what th… Full review by TravellingAgainJen
Jun 10, 2023
This wonderful historical building originally served as the seat of Connecticut's three branches of government, and is now a historical landmark that is worth a quick visit. The building was constru… Full review by dustythoughts

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Architectural style:Federal
Date founded:1796

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