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205 East Thompson Road, Thompson, CT, United States
174 Chase Road, Thompson, CT, United States
235 Cortis Road, thompson ct
12 Cournoyer Road, Thompson, CT, United States
481 West Thompson Road, Thompson, CT, United States
1121 Quaddick Town Farm Road, Thompson, CT, United States

Sustainably grown flowers and vegetables, heirloom plants, herbs, honey; seasonal farm stand, pottery, hand-woven goods, tie die clothing and accessories.

Hours: Mid May-September daily 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; October daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; November daily, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; weekends only Thanksgiving-Christmas, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

932 Thompson Road Route 193, Thompson, CT 06277

Maple syrup, cream and candy. Groups welcome.

Hours: Please call ahead.


351 Route 193, Thompson, CT, United States

Located in picturesque Northeast Connecticut with great access to the surrounding cities of Worchester, Providence and Hartford, this tranquil inn is an ideal setting for vacation accommodations, business overnights, or romantic getaways. Calm and comfortable, fresh and inviting, The Cottage House provides a refreshing retreat in a hassle-free environment.

Rooms: 7

292 Riverside Drive, Thompson, CT, United States

Hard and soft serve; cones cups and more.

Hours: Memorial Day through season; Daily, 11 a.m-10 p.m.

PO Box 47, Thompson, CT 06277

“The purpose of the corporation is to perpetuate the memory of the founders or original settlers of the Town of Thompson, Connecticut, and of other national or ethnic groups who have made their to residence here; to record the history of agriculture, industry, and commerce in the town; to record the ecclesiastical history in order to enrich our lives with the knowledge of the spiritual traditions which have existed among us; to encourage the publication and study of the historical traditions of said town; to acquire, hold and preserve documents, and relics, pertaining to the Town of Thompson records of all kinds relating to that history; to mark by suitable monuments, inscription, and other designations, historic places within the limits of the original Town of Thompson; and to encourage and participate in ceremonies observing events in the history of Thompson, Connecticut.

The Ellen Larned Memorial Museum houses a permanent exhibit featuring panels with photographs and information on the ten villages of Thompson. New this year is a special Civil War exhibit featuring the men of  Thompson who fought  in the war. On display will be artifacts and the uniform worn by the union soldiers.

Hours: May-November 11 a.m-3 p.m.

Fee: Free

470 West Thompson Road, Thompson, CT, United States

I’m a sculpture, woodworker, painter and a draftsman. Figurative carvings including nudes, abstract paintings and lovely wooden boxes will be on display in my workshop.

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