Known as Knapp's Tavern during the Revolutionary War, a meeting place of leaders. Open Sundays from 1:00pm to 4:00pm ... More
Known as Knapp's Tavern during the Revolutionary War, a meeting place of leaders. Open Sundays from 1:00pm to 4:00pm (last tour begins at 3:30pm) and by appointment. Admission for the house tour is $6 for adults, $4 for students and seniors and children under 5 are free.
Unfortunately, the house is only open on Sundays at certain times of the year, once in February for a reenactment and again in December for a candlelight tour. This is why, as a resident of Greenwich, it took me so long to see the inside. The extensive work to the house that was done in the 1970s is very authentic and the house is filled with period treasures. My daughter's favorite item in the house is the cannonball that was found on the property during the restoration. She also loved the story of General Putnam who ran out of the house with shaving cream on his face to get reinforcements from Stamford during the Revolutionary War.
Valbella, which since 1992 has been a celebratory place and a regular haunt for the locals who pack it most
nights of the week both for its sumptuous food and its astonishing wine cellar, containing 1,450 selections and 16,000 ...
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