This unique historical, religious and cultural landmark was the birthplace of the Episcopal Church in the New World. It also includes the only Gertrude Jekyll-designed garden in the United States. It contains 600 feet of classic English-style mixed border and foundation plantings, a planted stone terrace, and an intimate rose allee. An 18th century farmhouse furnished as the home of the Reverend John Marshall, his wife Sarah and their nine children who lived in the "glebe" during the turmoil of the American War for Independence, the restored Glebe House Museum offers visitors a glimpse of Revolutionary War-era Connecticut.
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