Historic Lisbon, Connecticut USA

Scenic Hywy Lisbon is located on Route 169, along the old stagecoach route linking Norwich, Connecticut and Worcester, Massachusetts. The center of Lisbon is an area called Newent, after the old Newent Ecclesiastical Society. Going north, the 32-mile scenic highway begins as Exit 83A goes off Route 395 into the center of town.
View the historic sites:
Newent Congregational Church
David Hale House
John Bishop Museum
Anshei Israel Synagogue
Andrew Clark House
Burnham Tavern
Lathrop-Mathewson-Ross House
John Palmer House
Railroad Tunnel

A REFUGE IN THE COUNTRY Anshei Israel Synagogue
This free 32-page booklet discribing the history of Lisbon's Anshei Israel Synagogue, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, can be found at the Lisbon Town Hall.

Contact the Lisbon Town Historian: Lisbon Town Historian
Find the LISBON HISTORICAL SOCIETY on Facebook.

The Lisbon Historical Society meets on the second Friday of the month at 7 o'clock in the Lisbon Town Hall.

See
http://www.lisbonct.org
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Last updated on: April 12, 2014
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The Lisbon Historical Society
c/o The Town Hall
1 Newent Road
Lisbon, Connecticut 06351