Hyland House Museum

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Hyland House Museum
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Hyland House Museum is located in Connecticut
Hyland House Museum
Location 84 Boston St., Guilford, Connecticut
Coordinates 41°16′57″N 72°40′43″W / 41.28250°N 72.67861°W / 41.28250; -72.67861Coordinates: 41°16′57″N 72°40′43″W / 41.28250°N 72.67861°W / 41.28250; -72.67861
Built 1713 [1]
Architect Parmelee, Isaac
Architectural style Colonial
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 76001989
Added to NRHP March 26, 1976[2]

The Hyland House Museum is a colonial house museum in Guilford, Connecticut. The house is a red saltbox-shaped home built in 1713 by Isaac Parmelee.[3] It has been open to the public since 1918. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.[2]

The house features Colonial-era furnishings and artifacts.

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