The Tolland Inn 63 Tolland Grn, Tolland, CT06084 The Tolland Green is home to a number of historic buildings, including many 18th and early 19th century houses, several…More churches, the 1822 Tolland County Courthouse (now the library of a genealogical society), the Tolland County House and County Jail of 1856-1893, town hall and more. Among these historically significant buildings is the stylish Tolland Inn. This 1800s bed and breakfast, once known as the Steele house, was opened as the Tolland Inn in 1987 by current owners, Steve and Susan Beeching.The 3-diamond, Triple-A rated luxury bed and breakfast features six rooms/suites with hot tubs, fireplaces and a variety of antique furnishings. Rooms, rates and other information is conveniently located on the web at www.tollandinn.com.
Old Tolland County Court House 53 Tolland Grn, Tolland, CT06084 This 1822 building replaced one built in 1785 when Tolland became county seat. Criminal and civil trials in Tolland…More County were held here until the 1890s. The museum in the restored upstairs courtroom features changing exhibits related to town and county history and advertised special programs. Check the Tolland Historical Society webpage for hours and events. Call for private and group tours.
Daniel Benton Homestead 154 Metcalf Rd, Tolland, CT06084 Built in 1720, the Daniel Benton Homestead is the oldest house museum in Tolland County. It housed six generations…More of Bentons and now belongs to the Historical Society.