Historic Building sights in Connecticut
- Sort by:
You can tour the state capitol, built in 1879 in such a hodgepodge of styles that it's sometimes dubbed 'the most beautiful ugly building in the world.' Below the capitol grounds, the 37-acre Bushnell Park features a working 1914 carousel, lovely gardens and summer concerts.
The real prize of Connecticut's public buildings, designed by famed Colonial architect Charles Bulfinch. Erected in 1796, it's one of the oldest capitol buildings in the USA.