Nathan Hale Homestead Museum

Nathan Hale Homestead Museum

Nathan Hale Homestead, Museum, CT attraction

2299 South Street, Coventry, CT • Ph: 860-742-6917

The Nathan Hale Homestead was the home of CT State Hero, Nathan Hale. He was hanged as a spy at age 21 by the British in 1776. His famous last words, “I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country.” The Homestead is a pristine example of a Georgian-style home. Although sold out of the Hale family in the 1820s, the house has remained virtually intact. The house was first restored by George Dudley Seymour, who saved the house in the early 20th century. The house was deeded to Connecticut Landmarks in the 1940s. Much of the acreage associated with the Hale farm, is now the Nathan Hale State Forest.

Category: Historical Landmarks, Museums

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