The town of Granby is
located in North Central Connecticut on the Massachusetts border.
Granby's atmosphere is comfortable and congenial and is
appreciated for the solace it provides.
The community was named
after John Manners, Marquess of Granby. Encompassing more than 42
square miles on the Valleys northern edge, Granby is part of
McLean Game Refuge and is the areas largest and most scenic
When visitors come to this
area for fall foliage, they are not disappointed for Granby and
its surrounding area incredibly colorful. Area attractions include
Old New-Gate Prison & Copper Mine, Mark Twain House &
Museum, Old State House, and the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center.