From the West:
Follow US Route 6 East through Willimantic.
In North Windham turn right on CT Route 203, and follow it South 2.7 miles to Route 14 at traffic light. Turn left on Rte. 14, and left again after 0.8 miles at a 4-way stop in Windham Center at town green/church/Post Office. Follow Route 14 East 3.7 miles to Huntington Homestead, on the left at the bottom of a long hill. Look for brown Bicentennial sign.
From the East:
From the I-395 Exit 91W off-ramp in Danielson, CT, follow US Route 6 West 10.1 miles. Turn left on CT Route 97, and follow it South 4.8 miles to CT Route 14. Turn right onto Rte. 14, and follow it down a long hill 0.9 miles. Huntington Homestead will be on the right about 0.2 miles past the Scotland town green. Look for brown Bicentennial sign.
From the South:
Take Exit 83 off I-395 North of Norwich. Turn left on Rte. 97 at bottom of ramp, follow 97 North 9 miles to Rte. 14 at Scotland town green. Turn left on Rte. 14. Huntington Homestead is just over one-tenth mile left (West) on the right side of Rte. 14. Look for brown Bicentennial sign.
From the North:
From the Connecticut River valley, follow I-91 to I-384 to US Route 6 in Bolton. Follow Rte. 6 through Willimantic. Then see directions "From the West" above.
From Worcester, Massachusetts, area, follow I-395 South to Exit 91W at US Route 6 in Danielson, then see directions "From the East" above.
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