63 Maple Street was built in 1860 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The house is a classic Greek Revival style that was popular in the mid 1800’s. Its construction was strongly influenced by this type of architecture with some slight modifications that are taller and narrower and use a cross-gable form...
The Somersville Historic District is located on the western side of Somers near its border with Enfield. The time frame of the district extends from the pre-industrial period into the early twentieth century and encompasses the industrial village of Somersville and the factories and mill related housing...
Don't miss an opportunity to get a photo with Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning monarch in British history! Well it may not be the actual queen herself, but the next best thing. Capture the day and enjoy the moment taking photos with our life size cut out of Queen Elizabeth II and before you go, look over our collection of glassware and collectables saved over the years of the Queen's reign. We think you will find it as fascinating as we do and we look forward to sharing it with you.
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American tearooms frequently pay homage to Queen Elizabeth II; Her Majesty having been the symbol of regal British culture for multiple generations, in fact, for many of us, for all our lives.
Want to learn more about The Old Mill English Tea Room? Read our article recently featured in the Go Local Magazine - Dec. 2021 Issue. The article begins on page 33.
63 Maple Street, Somers, CT 06071
11:00 – 16:00
Last Seating at 3:00 pm