Wethersfield is a city in Connecticut.
The motto in Wethersfield is called "Ye most Auncient Towne in Connecticut".
The state's largest historic district is in town and is known as Old Wethersfield. Old Wethersfield is not a recreated village: It is all original. There are more than 100 homes in Old Wethersfield that were erected before the Civil War, and at the end of Main Street is the Wethersfield Cove, which shoots off of the Connecticut River.
- Silas Deane House, 211 Main Street (Part of the Webb Deane Stevens Museum), ☏ . Former home of Silas Deane who graduated from Yale College in 1758 and opened a law practice in Wethersfield. Deane's home was completed in 1700 during his marriage Elizabeth Saltonstall Evards who was the granddaughter of a former Connecticut governor.
- Joseph Webb House, 211 Main Street (Part of the Webb Deane Stevens Museum), ☏ . Built in 1752 for merchant Joseph Webb.
- Isaac Stevens House, 211 Main Street (Part of the Webb Deane Stevens Museum), ☏ . Completed in 1789 on what was known as High Street. The house was that of Leathermaker Isaac Stevens and his wife Sarah Wright.
- Buttolph Williams House, 249 Broad Street (Part of the Webb Deane Stevens Museum), ☏ . Dating back to around 1714 the house is known as being the setting of The Witch of Blackbird Pond by Elizabeth George Speare. It has undergone a full restoration and is open for tours.
- Historic Cove Warehouse - North end of Main Street. Historic
- 9/11 Memorial Sports Center.
- Keeney Memorial Culture Center.
- Wethersfield Cove.
- Captain James Francis House.
- Ancient Burying Ground.
- Wintergreen Woods.
- Broad Street Green.
|Routes through Wethersfield|
|Springfield ← Hartford ←||N S||→ Rocky Hill → New Haven|
|Worcester via ← Hartford ←||N S||→ Newington → New Haven|