BETHLEHEM — The Bellamy-Ferriday House and Garden, 9 Main St. North, is due to welcome visitors from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 28, as part of Connecticut’s Historic Gardens Day.

Those attending may stroll through the formal parterre garden designed in 1915 by Eliza Mitchell Ferriday and lovingly maintained and expanded by her daughter, Caroline Woolsey Ferriday.

All visitors must wear masks and adhere to social distancing guidelines.

The historic house museum interior, gift shop (including restrooms) and outbuildings will remain closed to the public. Food and/or picnicking is prohibited on the Bellamy-Ferriday grounds.

Registration is required. Those wishing to reserve a time to visit may call 203-266-7596. Capacity is limited; same-day registration will be allowed only if the site has not reached capacity.  

Connecticut’s Historic Gardens Day will take place rain or shine. Information on other participating gardens can be found at www.cthistoricgardens.org.

Those seeking additional information on the Bellamy-Ferriday House and Garden may visit www.ctlandmarks.org or call 203-266-7596.

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