Stonington’s only National Historic Landmark building, it was designed by Gamaliel King of New York in 1850 for Capt. Nathaniel B. Palmer, Discoverer of Antarctica & Designer of world renowned clippers.
Location: 40 Palmer Street.
Phone: 860 535-8445
Location: 32 Water St. #7 Stonington.
Phone: 860 535-2300
The oldest museum lighthouse in the country Picturesque grounds on Stonington Point Open daily except Wednesdays,10 to 5 (May through October) $9 Adults, Discounts for kids and seniors.
Location: 7 Water St. Stonington.
Helping neighbors become friends and helping friends work together, the COMO engages residents, businesses and community groups in building a strong, vibrant community.
Location: 28 Cutler Street, Stonington.
Beth-Ann Stewart, Executive Director 860 535-2476
The SVIA was formed over a hundred years ago by a small group of caring residents wishing to maintain the Borough as “a nice place to live and work.”
Location: P.O. Box 18, Stonington.
Phone: 860 415-4510