The Windham Center Historic District encompasses the historic village center of the town of Windham, Connecticut . It is located in the area around the junction of Route 14 and Route 203, and includes 61 historically significant buildings in an area of about 205 acres (83 ha). It is notable for its concentration of Greek Revival style architecture, and as the home of American Revolutionary War leaders Eliphalet Dyer and Jedediah Elderkin, whose homes still stand in the district. It is also notable for the survival of several distinctive 18th-century and early-19th century commercial buildings, including the Dr. Chester Hunt Office, a small gambrel-roofed building dating to the early 19th century.
The district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.