Hill-Stead Museum, a National Historic Landmark, serves diverse audiences in Connecticut and beyond as a welcoming place for art, nature, enrichment and enjoyment for the entire family. The museum offers develops, preserves, documents, displays and interprets its exceptional Impressionist paintings by Claude Monet, Edgar Degas and notable works by Édouard Manet, Mary Cassatt and James McNeill Whistler are highlights of the in situ exhibition. The collection also includes 250 prints and photographs, 290 ceramics, 400 pieces of furniture, and over 16,000 archival documents. The 152-acre property features an Arts and Crafts carriage barn and theater, stone garages, woodland trails, a pond and dairy complex, and a Sunken Garden designed by Beatrix Farrand c. 1920. Hill-Stead is a member of the Connecticut Art Trail, the Connecticut Women's Heritage Trail and Connecticut's Historic Gardens.