Celebrating Clinton Landmarks: A Driving Tour

March 14, 2020 8:00 pm Published by

Join us for our second annual driving tour!

As part of the town’s 200th anniversary in 1986, the Clinton Historical Society organized a Landmarks Designation Committee to identify buildings whose age, architecture, importance to Clinton’s history, and state of preservation made them historically significant. In the 1988 nominations, the committee targeted buildings in each of the town’s seven hamlets. Properties designated as landmarks by the Clinton Historical Society are eligible for protection under Chapter 250 of the Town of Clinton Zoning Law.

Women in carJoin us as we celebrate these 41 landmark buildings with an independent self-guided driving tour from 11am-4pm. Stop at 12 highlighted locations, meet a docent, walk the grounds and hear about the history of the building. A reception and talk follow from 3:30-5pm at the Creek Meeting House. Speaker to be announced.

Driving tour maps will be available for purchase on the day of the tour at the Creek Meeting House. $15 for members and $20 for non-members.


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This post was written by Catherine McMahon