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Did you know that Farmington is the oldest inland settlement west of the Connecticut River and one of the oldest communities in the state?
Population: 24,941
Best Way to Travel: Car
#1 Thing to do: Hill-Stead Museum
#2 Thing to do: Stanley-Whitman House
#3 Thing to do: Miss Porter’s School

Fun Fact:
Farmington is known as the “mother of towns”. Its original vast area was divided to produce nine other central Connecticut communities.
#1 Car Rental Company: Hertz


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Farmington is a town of 25.000 people located in the heart of Hartford County, Connecticut. This town occupies a large part of the Farmington Valley of the United States of America. Farmington is home to the headquarters of some important corporations like Carvel, Otis Elevator Company and Carrier Corporation. Farmington was initially an area inhabited by Tunxis Indians and is the oldest white settlement on the Connecticut River. It was established in 1640 and the city was named and incorporated in 1645. Famous residents of Farmington include Anna Roosevelt Cowles, the eldest sister of president Theodore Roosevelt, Jaqueline Bouvier Kennedy - the wife of president John F. Kennedy, director Winchell Smith, rapper 50 Cent and boxer Mike Tyson.

Top Attractions within Farmington

Farmington Historic District
is the center of the town and is was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1972 thanks to the great old buildings that are perfectly kept and due to their historic importance.

First Church of Christ
is a historic church used by the Amistad Africans. The church was built in 1771 after a design made by Judah Woodruff. The building has a Greek revival style and is an excellent example of architecture. The First Church of the Christ is a National Historic Landmark since 1975.

General George Cowles House
is a historic building located in Farmington, built in 1803 and added to the National Register of Historic Landmarks in 1982.

Hill-Stead Museum
is an art museum from Farmington, located in a colonial revival style house. 19 rooms of the house are opened to visitors and the house is filled with paintings by Eugene Cariere, Edgar Degas, Edouard Manet and Claude Monet. Also, an impressing collection of more than 2500 photographs can be admired here. The house was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1991.
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