I’ve been exploring and writing about Connecticut since 2006. After a decade, I began compiling guides for each town in the state. I plan on “completing” Canterbury… as well as the other 168 towns, cities, and boroughs in Connecticut. After all, that is the ultimate goal of CTMQ.
What do you know about the town that is most famous for Prudence Crandall, even if you don’t know who she was? You can scroll down for my list of things to do in town. Or, as always, you can click on the town’s tag to see what I’ve done.
If I’ve missed anything in town or if anything has closed or changed, please let me know.
All The CTMQ Canterbury Stuff
Links take you to my reports
Hikes & Paddles
Canterbury Town Trails – Intro
Food & Drink
Sadly, nothing of note.
Looking for your favorite restaurant? Here is an explanation as to why it’s not here.
National Historic Landmark: Prudence Crandall House
Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail
WR3 NHT Campsite
National Scenic Byway: Connecticut State Route 169
National Heritage Corridor: Quinebaug and Shetucket Rivers Valley
National Recreation Trail: Quinebaug River Water Trail
CT Freedom Trail: Prudence Crandall House
CT Women’s Heritage Trail: Prudence Crandall House Museum
Baldwin Brook Dairy Bridge
Moses Cleaveland Gravesite & Story