Canterbury is a town located in Windham County, Connecticut. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 4,692.
Web Sites and Links
Canterbury GreenPhoto and brief description provided by TownGreens.com.
Meeting House/Westminster GreenPhoto and brief description provided by TownGreens.com.
Prudence Crandall HouseResidence of American educator and reformer, located in Canterbury, Connecticut and designated as a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service.
The Little Red Schoolhousec1849 former one-room schoolhouse on a half-acre lot available as a vacation rental. One bedroom, one bath, sleeps four.
Town of CanterburyMunicipal information includes government, services, calendar, voting, education and contacts.
Westminster Congregational ChurchOne of the oldest continuing churches in Connecticut
Wright's Mill FarmColonial farmstyle inn located in Canterbury offering information on its history, banquet facilities, hayrides, and Christmas trees for purchase.