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Noden-Reed Museum
58 West St, Windsor Locks, CT 06096
Noden-Reed Museum is located in historic Windsor Locks, Connecticut on West Street. It sits on a 22-acre farm and is,More as legend has it, home to Connecticut's first Christmas Tree in 1777  and is home to many of the household's original content including oil paintings, music related items and a 1800's piano. The Noden-Reed home was built in 1840 and its original brick barn in 1825 houses old farm equipment. The house was willed to the town of Windsor Locks  in 1972. The museum is open from May to Oct on Sundays and by appointment only.
The Barn Yard
345 Ella Grasso Tpke, Windsor Locks, CT 06096
With locations in Ellington, Brookfield and Windsor Locks, The Barn Yard sells storage sheds, gazebos and otherMore structures. Purchases may be delivered to customers in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, New York, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. It also constructs various buildings such as cottages, cabins, stables, garages, shell homes and pool houses.
Jonathan Pasco's Restaurant
31 S Main St, East Windsor, CT 06088
Jonathan Pasco's Restaurant is located on Route 5 in East Windsor, not far from Harken's Market and Garden Center. TheMore building was previously the home of Captain Jonathan Pasco and his family, built by the captain in 1784 after the revolutionary war. Today, the house is a large restaurant and bar, with outdoor seating and banquet rooms for small, private parties. The menu consists mostly of steak, chicken and seafood dishes, such as Baked Stuffed Shrimp, Chicken Francaise and New York Strip.
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