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106 Wethersfield Ave, Hartford, CT 06114 (860) 757-9311 Mrs. The granite and bronze memorial to Colonel Samuel Colt is inscribed “On the grounds which his taste beautified by the home that he loved this memorial stands to speak of his genius, his enterprise and his success and of his great and loyal heart.Elizabeth Colt gave 106 Acres of land to the City in 1900 and the donation was accepted by the Common Council on November 13, 1905. His wife in faithful affection dedicates this memorial, 1905.” Elm trees lining the park drives were planted in 1920 to commemorate one hundred and eighty-nine men who lost their lives during World War I.
Today, The Bushnell, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, is the State’s largest arts organization and has been deemed a “Connecticut Cultural Treasure.” Experience The Bushnell – past, present, and future – in the video below, beautifully produced by CPTV.Gay collection of prints; the Wallace Nutting collection of American colonial furniture and decorative arts; the Samuel Colt firearms collection; costumes and textiles; African American art and artifacts; and contemporary art.The Wadsworth Atheneum underwent a major renovation from 2010 through 2015.The arrival of Capewell Lofts may just be the grandest opening in Hartford yet. Plus, you can feel good knowing you live in a sustainable, eco-friendly building – built to Gold LEED standards. Surfaces and details that reflect timeless character. All in a location that makes absolutely everything convenient to you.