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17. Colebrook - A Connecticut Classic

Continue on Rte. 44 west through Winsted to Rte. 183 north to Colebrook often proclaimed to be Connecticut's most authentically preserved example of a small post-Revolutionary village center. A sense of colonial order is preserved in its cluster of classic white clapboard houses, sheltering maples and its architecturally perfect Greek Revival Congregational Church facing a small triangular green. The Colebrook Historical Society shares space with the Town Hall in the former Colebrook Inn, circa 1816 and displays collections reflecting the history of this idyllic village.