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Victoria Crossing Bed and Breakfast is one of the inns in Connecticut that offers an easy access to the history of Lebanon's Revolutionary War connection.

The residents of Lebanon call their town the heartbeat of the American Revolution. Its historical relevance can be picked up at the Lebanon Historical Society Museum, which is in the heart of town. The Trumbull House is another prominent museum in the town. It was the house of the governor of Connecticut during the revolutionary war. The Lebanon Colonial Cemeteries are also worth seeing. The town has a public hunting area with many varieties of game and fish. This is the Bartlett Brook Wildlife Area, which lies just outside the town. The nearest state parks are the Moween State Park and Pomeroy State Park. Looking for places to stay is easy with Lebanon bed and breakfast inns located near the main street.

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