The Connecticut-Asia Cultural Center is engaged in the exchange and education of Asian Cultures. We have many exhibition halls. There are exhibition halls for Buddhist Culture, Confucian Culture, Taoist Culture, Asian Arts and History of the Stone Castle.
What is the mission of the Connecticut-Asia Cultural Center?
In response to the needs of this era, this center is committed to promote the exchange of cultures to enhance mutual understanding and trust.
What is the history of the Connecticut-Asia Cultural Center, and how long has it been operating in the community?
The Connecticut-Asia Cultural Center was established in 2018. At that time, we began renovating the 18th century home of Michael Pupin on Westside Rd. in Norfolk, to house the cultural exhibits. We officially opened to the public in August of 2022.
Where is the Connecticut-Asia Cultural Center based?
The Connecticut-Asia Cultural Center is based in Norfolk, Connecticut.
What are the opening hours and days to visit?
Our visiting hours are Saturdays and Sundays, from 10:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. EST, on the first weekend of every month, from April 1 to November 5.
How much does it cost to visit the Connecticut-Asia Cultural Center?
The admission is always free.
Are there guided tours?
A tour guide is generally available (based upon demand) to provide a deeper understanding of the exhibits should you need one.
Can I book a private tour for a group?
Yes. We recommend reaching out to us in advance to book group tours for parties of 5 or more. Our email is email@example.com and our phone number is (877) 274-2285.
Can I host an event at the Connecticut-Asia Cultural Center?
To host an event at the Connecticut-Asia Cultural Center, it is necessary to contact us in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org or (877) 274-2285.
Accessibility & Safety
Is the Connecticut-Asia Cultural Center accessible to people with disabilities?
Yes. The Connecticut-Asia Cultural Center is accessible. We have special parking near the entrance, elevator service, and special bathrooms for those with disabilities.
Is there parking available ?
Yes, free parking is provided.
How can I get in touch with the Connecticut-Asia Culture Center if I have further questions?