The Hitchcock Chair Company, LTD

13 Riverton Rd., Riverton, CT

(860) 738-9958. In 1818, Lambert Hitchcock established an innovative furniture company in Riverton. Today, the Hitchcock legacy continues with an excellent selection of beautiful, high quality hand stenciled furniture for the entire home; made in Riverton from original Hitchcock plans and artwork. Here, Hitchcock furniture is brought into the 21st century while maintaining the quality and integrity of Lambert Hitchcock's original dream. Restoration services available: (860) 379-2998. Mon. - Sat. 10-5.

Torrington Historical Society

192 Main St, Torrington, CT 06790.

(860) 482-8260. The Society offers three museum exhibits: The Hotchkiss-Fyler House Museum, No Place Like Home: The History of Torrington, and Pursuit of Precision, a re-creation of a 1930's machine shop. Open Wed. thru Sat. noon -4 pm.

Warner Theatre

68 Main St., Torrington, CT 06790.

Beautifully restored 1931 art deco theatre that offers an exciting mix of national performances, family entertainment and Broadway style musicals. In addition to the 1,772-seat main stage auditorium, the complex features the state-of-the-art Carole & Ray Neag Performing Arts Center which houses a 300-seat Studio Theatre, a 200-seat restaurant and an on-site school for the arts. The Warner Theatre Center for Arts Education specializes in training for students ages Pre K – Seniors and offers arts educational opportunities year round. Box Office: (860) 489-7180. 

Whiting Mills

210 Holabird Ave., Winsted, CT 06098.

(860) 738-2240. Our 125+-year-old Whiting Mills building in Winsted, Connecticut, is home to 55 artists, craftspeople, photographers, specialty shops, businesses, woodworkers, and manufacturing. In addition, our semi-annual Open Studio events in December and June present the work of dozens of guest artists.

Whiting Mills

210 Holabird Ave, Winsted, CT

(860) 738-2240. Housed within a century old mill building in Winsted, you will find unique offerings from artists, creative crafts people, and woodworkers. You can commission one-of-a-kind pieces in a wide variety of media including furniture, drapes, jewelry, pottery, photographs and original art works. Attend free open studio events for viewing and purchasing the latest creations with music and refreshments. Visit our showroom that exhibits the creative talents of our tenants. For events, classes and hours see website.

Winchester Historical Society and Solomon Rockwell House

225 Prospect St, Winsted, CT 06098.

(860) 379-8433. Greek Revival home c. 1813, on National Register of Historic Places with period pieces, clocks, paintings Victorian dollhouse & toy room. Memorabilia from Revolutionary & Civil Wars. Winsted Fire Dept. Museum. New display has products dating to first Sythe Shop c. 1800. Tours: 6 p.m. Wed., 1 pm., Sat., 10 a.m. Sun., or by appt. Yearround.