The Hill-Stead Museum features artistic masterpieces displayed in a turn-of-the-century, Colonial Revival house. Set in a unique home setting, the museum displays some of the most important Impressionist paintings in the world. Take a guided tour of the museum galleries featuring works by Cassatt, Degas, Manet, Monet, Whistler, and more.
Originally built for Alfred Pope, a noted American industrialist, the home is considered the finest Colonial Revival house in the United States.
Begin with lunch at Apricots Restaurant, inside a restored 1800’s trolley barn on the banks of the Farmington River.