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The Town House is located on Wall Street in Norwalk, Connecticut. It is one of three buildings of the Mill Hill Historic Park and Museum, which is an 18th-19th century complex managed by the Norwalk Historical Society.

This historic brick building houses the main display area of the museum. Replicas of the items traded by the colonist Roger Ludlow to the Indians, the original door from Yankee Doodle House of Colonel/Governor Fitch, an early American fire truck, and a variety of antique spinning wheels are on display. The walls are adorned with period artworks.

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