Amos Bull House
59 South Prospect Street
Hartford, CT 06106
The Amos Bull House is the oldest of its kind in Hartford
and was the first structure in the state to be added on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in the 18th Century, this brick building is located behind the Butler-McCook House & Garden
. Renovated and owned by Connecticut Landmarks, it is spread across 5,500 square feet (510.97 square meters) and features 12 rooms. It was a dry good store and house initially and went on to be used for various other commercial purposes. It is an important landmark in the city and now a vital repository with an impressive collection of photographs and archives. It is also the base of Connecticut Landmarks.