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Woodcreek Pond
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From canoeing on Woodcreek Pond to climbing Haystack, visitors to Norfolk should find helpful suggestions here for activities as well as dining and places to stay.

Haystack Mountain State Park
The 34 foot high stone tower at the summit of Haystack Mountain (1716 feet above sea level) allows visitors to see the Berkshires, and peaks in Massachusetts, New York, and the Green Mountains of Vermont. A roadway provides access…
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Joseph Stannard Antiques
Joseph Stannard Antiques features French 17th through early 20th century furniture, lighting, and decorative accessories for house and garden. Country elegant dining tables, buffets, armoires, and mirrors are a specialty. Carriage house gardens display an extensive collection of 18th…
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The Norfolk Library
The Norfolk Library, also known as Eldridge Memorial Library, is a library at 9 Greenwoods Road East in Norfolk, Connecticut. The Norfolk Library is a private charitable organization, but the facility is open to the general public. Designed…
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Yale Summer School of Music and Art
Instrumentalists, singers, composers and choral conductors attend an intimate summer program of intensive coaching and performing with a world-class faculty. Norfolk’s three renowned programs are the Chamber Music Session, the New Music Workshop, and Chamber Choir and Choral Conducting. All…
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Visitor Map & Guide

Get more out of your next visit to Norfolk, CT by downloading a copy of our new illustrated map and guide to all the must see local attractions and resources.

FREE Download Map by Bart Arnold. © Norfolk Map Committee.