HISTORY

Over 150 years ago, Mine Hill was a center of the Industrial Revolution in Connecticut. Silver, steel and granite and were carved from the hills; corn, grains and tobacco were grown in the river valley. Our property includes the 1872 train station, an 1860 cigar factory as well as a waterfall that once powered several mills on site.
We are proud to have won the 2017 Historic Preservation Award for Connecticut,  creating a landmark destination for years to come.