The museum is located in Windsor, Connecticut, USA.
From Interstate 91 heading north, take Exit 38.
From Interstate 91 heading south, take Exit 38A.
Turn right at the exit on to Poquonock Avenue (Route 75).
Go about 1.5 miles and turn left on to Prospect Hill Rd.
Turn right at the second traffic circle on to Lang Road
Continue up Lang Road to the parking lot on the left-hand side.
There is ample parking there.
The first, large public parking lot is gravel. Please park in the main parking lot and walk to the museum buildings via a marked path past the pond.
The office is in the John E. Luddy Archive building and the main exhibit is in
the Gordon S. Taylor Tobacco Shed Museum.
The second parking location, past the round-about,
is for Seniors and Handicap Parking only.
That parking lot is next to the Nature Center, a large red tobacco shed with tall,
thin windows. Handicap spots are designated and you may also park in the spots
marked “Senior or Permit Parking”
It is a short walk to the Museum buildings. The wide path is hard-packed gravel.
If even closer parking or drop-off is needed, we will accommodate that.
NO PARKING ON THE GRASS OR BESIDE THE MUSEUM BUILDINGS