WILTON-RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- Weir Farm National Historic Site, located in Wilton and Ridgefield, has expanded its hours for spring and summer.
The Visitor Center is now open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays through the end of November, the park announced on its Facebook page.
The grounds are open dawn to dusk every day. If the Visitor Center is closed when you visit, grab a brochure from the Visitor Center porch and explore the historic landscape.
The works of Dmitri Wright, modern-day American Impressionist, are now on exhibit in the visitor center through July 7 in an exhibition titled "Impressions of Light." To find out more about Wright and his work, visit his website. He is also visitor of the month at the park.
For more information on Weir Farm, Connecticut's only National Park Service site, visit its website.
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