The Constitution State
Connecticut, one of the 13 original colonies, is a lace work of preserved Early American and Colonial structures and sites.
The state, strategically situated between Boston and New York City, came to prominence during the 19th century, creating a legacy
of Victorian architecture, military firearms, Industrial Revolution manufacturing, literature and theater, and American Impressionist art.
Today, world-class theater, music and art museums contribute to its well-stocked treasure-trove for seekers of cultural pursuits.
Source: credit photos: Used by permission of the State of Connecticut