Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden

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1754 home of Bethlehem’s First Minister transformed into a 20th century country estate with antiques, a formal garden of historic roses, lilacs, and peonies and an orchard.

The architecturally distinguished house reflects the hand or influence of Connecticut’s renowned 18th century master builder, William Sprats. The grounds, impeccably preserved and maintained, include the Ferriday’s spectacular garden, an archival study center that houses extensive manuscripts related to the family’s involvement during the Civil War, Miss Ferriday’s support for the French Resistance during World War II, and her lifelong collecting of books and manuscripts related to the Rev. Dr. Bellamy.

Open May to October, Last Tour Starts at 4pm.
Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11am to 4pm