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Welcome to the virtual tour of the Dewey House with special thanks to Fred Gore Photography and narrator, Adam Wright. The Dewey House was built around 1735 by Joseph Dewey, son of Jedidiah Dewey, one of the first settlers of Westfield. The original house was much smaller than what we see today and was originally set back on Dewey Avenue. The Deweys had 12 children, so at least two additions were added over the years. Deweys owned the house through 1847 and then it was sold to a succession of different owners. In the 1970s, the house was moved to its present location and restored by the Western Hamden Historical Society. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Enter through the front door to begin your tour. As you enter each room, please use the 360 degree view to scroll around the entire room, then you can click on various items to learn more.
Please rotate the device into landscape mode and insert into your VR headset.