The Denison Homestead

300 Years of Mystic, CT History

Welcome to a family legacy 362 years in the making.
We are honored to share it with YOU!


~ Saturday, December 10th ~



The Denison Homestead Museum invites you to kick off the Holiday Season and share a bit of old fashioned Christmas with us! Come visit and  enjoy our special one day exhibit featuring antique dolls and historically accurate handmade knitted replica items. This family friendly event will also feature open-hearth cooking, a spinning demonstration and ornament making for children.  Interact with costumed reenactors throughout the house, learn about the history of the Christmas tree and hear a mid-19th Maritime Christmas tale.

***After your tour, enjoy a cup of delicious hot chocolate and cookies!***

Admission: $5/person.  Members, active military and children under 12 are FREE!


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In Loving Memory
Jean Noyes (Beucler) Evans



“Long before there were Nature Conservancies, before there were any local land trusts, in fact prior to any general awareness about nature education and habitat preservation, The Denison Society, of Stonington, CT made a commitment to environmental preservation.”
-Maggie Jones, Executive Director of DPNC.

During 2016 the Denison Homestead will celebrate 70 years of preservation and exploration of the environment through its stewardship of more than 160 acres of George Denison’s original
200 acre land grant.

By providing nearly 80 acres of land  the Denisons have supported a nature preserve in Stonington for all to enjoy since 1946.  Until 1972 the Pequotsepos Wildlife Sanctuary was the beneficiary of this gift. In 1972 the Denison Trustees organized its successor, the present-day Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center, affording it the same opportunity to this share this space with the community.





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