Avery-Copp House Museum Water Taxi Tour on June 23

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June 06, 2018
Groton, CT – The public is invited to join the Avery-Copp House Museum on the water for an ever-changing narrated history of life on both sides of the Thames River’s working waterfront.

On Saturday, June 23rd from 10 am to 12 pm, Groton Town Historian Jim Streeter and Avery-Copp House Museum Director Leslie Evans will cover highlights of centuries of New London Harbor history while guests enjoy riding the Heritage Park Water Taxi and viewing both sides of the Thames River from the water! Guests are encouraged to bring their cameras and curiosity.  

For reservations call 860-445-1637.

Board the Water Taxi at Fort & Thames Street. Rain date TBD if necessary

Pricing: $25 per person / $20 members
  
Additional upcoming dates for Historic Water Taxi Tour
  • Friday, July 20 from 6 pm to 8 pm
  • Sunday, August 12 from 4 pm to 6 pm
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The Avery-Copp House is located on the Thames River in the Groton Bank National Register Historic District. Built in colonial style in the early 1800s and Victorianized at the turn of the century, the museum tells the story of 200 years of family life. Furnishings are original and provide a time capsule view into generations of travel and daily living. Two Victorian gazebos sit above the house on terraced lawns.  The public is welcome to enjoy the grounds. Special events take place year-round and the house is open Friday through Sunday from Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day weekend and by appointment off season.
Contact:
Jacqui Copp, Development Director
(860) 445-1637