Norfolk

Antiques

Joseph Stannard Antiques

Impeccable French Country imports and a “savvy classic” line from the owner/artist himself.

www.josephstannard.com

Arts

Infinity Music Hall & Bistro

This historical building, built in 1883, this is a great place to listen to live music. There’s dinner, drinks and shows, all under one roof. They host some of the best national and regional artists. Check out their website for upcoming concerts. You won’t be disappointed.
www.infinityhall.com

Yale School of Music – Chamber Music Festival

Audiences from around the country come to the Northwest Corner to hear world-class artists at this chamber music festival. These professional musicians also serve as teachers and mentors to the Fellows who come to Norfolk each summer to study. Bring the family (kids are free), enjoy the spectacular natural beauty and, most of all enjoy the wonderful performances. The Fellows also perform on the Norfolk Fellows’ Performance Series which is offered free to the public throughout the summer. The festival takes place at the lovely Ellen Battell Stoeckel Estate.

Music Shed
Ellen Battell Stoeckel Estate
97 Battell Road
Intersection of Routes 272 & 44
Norfolk

860.542.3000

www.music.yale.edu/norfolk/

Eats

Anstett’s Sugar Farm

The Anstett family welcomes you to tour their farm specializing in maple syrup for the past 30 years. Check the web site for hours and boiling times during the months of January through April. Hours are by appointment only during the off season; call to schedule a time.

542 East Greenwoods Road
860.542.5013
www.AnstettsMapleSyrup.com

Norfolk Farmers’ Market

Saturdays, 10 am – 1 pm
May 18 – October 12

Town Hall
19 Maple Avenue
Norfolk
norfolkfarmersmarket.org

Goods

Joseph Stannard Antiques

Impeccable French Country imports and a “savvy classic” line from the owner/artist himself.

www.josephstannard.com

Landmarks

Blackberry River Inn

Also known as Mosley House-Farm, this colonial mansion, constructed in 1763, was renovated in the 1920s. Up until 1939, the property was used as a farm and known as Blackberry River Farm, after which it was transformed into an Inn.  In 1971 the Inn was sold to a local corporation, which modernized the property.  In 1993, an investor from New York bought the Inn. Today Blackberry River Inn is operated as a bed and breakfast.
538 Greenwoods Road, West

Haystack Mountain Tower

The Haystack Mountain Tower is a 34-foot high stone tower at the summit of Haystack Mountain. Erick Kennsett Rossiter and Rossiter & Muller designed the tower, built in 1929. It cost approximately $50,000 and was made from stone cut from the mountain.  The tower allows visitors to see Long Island Sound, the Berkshires, and peaks in Massachusetts, New York, and the Green Mountains of Vermont.
Route 272
www.ct.gov

World War I Memorial

Designed by Alfredo S.G. Taylor, the monument honors Norfolk’s World War I veterans and heroes. Dedicated on Armistice Day in 1921, the monument features three archways rising from a triangular base with long benches. A replica of the Liberty Bell hangs in the niche below the intersection of the archways. The monument is topped with a stone design that appears to resemble an eternal flame.
Intersection of North Street (Route 272)
& Greenwoods Rd. (Route 44)
www.ctmonuments.net

Lodgings

The Manor House

69 Maple Avenue
www.manorhouse-norfolk.com

Outdoors

Anstett’s Sugar Farm

The Anstett family welcomes you to tour their farm specializing in maple syrup for the past 30 years. Check the web site for hours and boiling times during the months of January through April. Hours are by appointment only during the off season; call to schedule a time.

542 East Greenwoods Road
860.542.5013
www.AnstettsMapleSyrup.com

Loon Meadow Farm

Loon Meadow Farm’s Horse & Carriage Livery has fun horse drawn sleigh rides. The size of your sleigh or wagon is up to you. Comes with blankets and hot cider.
www.loonmeadowfarm.com