Historic Lebanon, Connecticut is located in New London County.  The Town is part of The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor and a site on the Washington Rochambeau Revolutionary War National Historic Trail.

With 10,000 years of human habitation, our town has lots of history to share with visitors.  English settlers began arriving in the 1680s.  By 1775 and the start of the American Revolution, Lebanon was one of the larger and most important towns in the state.  Today you can still walk our mile long Green.  To learn more about Lebanon’s history click here.

While in Lebanon, you may want to visit some of the other historic sites in town and in the surrounding communities.  Please use the menu to the right to learn about other points of interest.  With so many places to visit, you can easily spend the day.

If you need lunch or gas, modern visitor services are described as “Amenities” in the right-hand menu.

National Park Service passport stamps for the Heritage Corridor and Historic Trail are available at the Lebanon Historical Society during regular business hours.