Avery-Copp House

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                                       Preserving Groton's History

We are Open for the Season! Friday - Sunday 11:00-3:00 for guided tours. We also may be available for tours on other days, please call for an appointment.
Also check out our 2014 Events Calendar! It is full of wonderful events!

A Community Event added to our Calendar
Ghosts of Groton Bank: A Guided Tour of Haunted Sites
Date: Saturday August 9
Time: 'twlight' -8pm, meet at the Avery Copp House,
Cost: 10$ (benefits restoration of the Mother Bailey House)
Details: Guide-led tour of Fort Griswold, Bill Memorial Library,
Ebenezer Avery House, Mother Bailey House, & Avery-Copp House
Docents tell story of each location's ghosts!
Reservations: Please call Shirley Dunbar-Rose @ 1-860-389-2605
Sponsors: Avery-Copp House, Bill Memorial Library, & Friends of Fort Griswold

 Our Archives are open by appointment during the week. Come explore our vast collections of photographs, personal letters, textiles and the Avery and Copp families history. We are also fortunate to be the repository of the Groton Historical Society. Our Archive room is tucked up on the second floor of our carriage house.


Picture provided by www.flyingfoxphotography.net

About the Avery-Copp House
The Avery Copp House was built c. 1800 on the banks of the Thames River in Groton, Connecticut.  The house passed from generation to generation of the same family, and is a wonderful time capsule of local history.  The objects and artifacts within tell the story of life in this lovely Groton neighborhood from just after the Revolutionary, through the Victorian Era, the age of industrialization, mass immigration, the Great Depression, and the years of both World Wars.  The museum is located on three acres of terraced grounds overlooking the river with beautiful gazebos and a Carriage House that now contains our archive storage facility.  We are happy to schedule individual and group tours by request.  Please contact us!  We'd love you meet you.

Perhaps some of your friends would enjoy our events too! Please consider recommending us.

Spring Landscape with Daffodils

Carriage House

The gazebo sits on the top of the landscape, overlooking the house and the Thames River.

Avery Copp Museum
154 Thames Street
Groton, CT 06340

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