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East Windsor, Connecticut

The Bones from the Well

A replica of fossils believed to be the first scientifically-described dinosaur bones found in North America.
East Windsor, Connecticut

Connecticut Trolley Museum

A preserved trolley track that was transformed into a museum of transportation.
Hobe Sound, Florida

Blowing Rocks Preserve

These craggy limestone outcrops offer a glimpse at a unique piece of Florida geology.
Middletown, Connecticut

Wangunk Statue

In a Connecticut park, a statue pays tribute to the Indigenous people of this land.
Bridgeport, Connecticut

Grave of Charles Stratton

The final resting place of a circus performer who went by the pseudonym "General Tom Thumb."
Windsor, Connecticut

Memorial to Alse Young and Lydia Gilbert

Decades before the Salem Witch Trials, two Connecticut women were executed for alleged witchcraft.
Hartford, Connecticut

Curioporium

A journey through a curious collection of oddities and wonder.
Rockville, Connecticut

Cogswell Memorial Fountain

Dr. Henry Cogswell hoped that his elaborate drinking fountains would dissuade people from drinking alcohol.
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Longest Known Mastodon Trackway

See prehistoric footprints, plus two complete mastodon skeletons.
Hartford, Connecticut

Hartford Isle of Safety

The former location of a platform that allowed passengers to safely wait for the trolley.
Windsor, Connecticut

Drastic Park

A collection of mechanical beasts with some interesting names.
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Animals of the Huron River Statues

These statues pay homage to the "green corridor" of parks and wetlands.
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Metal Pineapple

A small welcome symbol for visitors to Ann Arbor.
Detroit, Michigan

McNamara Terminal Light Tunnel

Inside the Wayne County airport is an amazing collection of lights and sounds.
Amherst, Massachusetts

Graves of David and Mabel Todd

One was an astronomer who spent his life chasing solar eclipses, the other helped make Emily Dickinson famous.
Middletown, Connecticut

Sergeant Stubby Statue

This statue honoring the most decorated dog of World War I stands in a Connecticut park.
Bridgeport, Connecticut

Gustave Whitehead Fountain

This monument commemorates an aeronaut who allegedly flew a plane before the Wright brothers.
Bloomfield, Connecticut

Matianuck Natural Area Preserve

Sand dunes from a glacial lake are preserved in this woodland park.
Milford, Connecticut

Simon Lake's Explorer

The last vessel built by a submarine pioneer stands as a monument to his legacy.
Mansfield, Connecticut

Army Ant Guests Exhibit

A giant ant model welcomes visitors to an exhibit about symbiotic organisms that live with army ant colonies.
Milford, Connecticut

Liberty Rock

This large boulder was used as a lookout point by Revolutionary War militiamen.
Mansfield, Connecticut

Epiphyte Tree

An artificial tree in the University of Connecticut greenhouses holds a collection of orchids, mosses, and other tropical epiphytic plants.
Ann Arbor, Michigan

'Villa of the Mysteries' Replica

A watercolor recreation of a famous fresco unearthed at Pompeii.
Danbury, Connecticut

Sybil Ludington Statue

A statue commemorating a 16-year old girl's nighttime ride to raise a militia against attacking British troops.