211 Main Street
Wethersfield, CT 06109
The Museum is composed of three 18th century homes and their grounds located in the center of Connecticut’s largest historic district. The Webb House Colonial Revival Garden was designed by landscape designer Amy Cogswell in 1921. Over the years, the garden evolved until it retained little of the character of its original design. Cogswell’s original designs were discovered in archives in the mid-1990’s and by decade’s end the gardens had been restored to reflect much of the original plans. The gardens are maintained by volunteers.