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Infinity Hall

Norfolk is a town in the Litchfield Hills of northwestern Connecticut.

Get in[edit]

US Route 44 is the main road into and through town and the way most people get to Norfolk from Hartford or the turnoff from the main north-south road in the area, US Route 7, in North Canaan. Every other road in Norfolk is to a greater or lesser degree a back road.

Get around[edit]

The center of town is very small, but to get anywhere else, you will need at least a bicycle.



  • If you are in or near Norfolk in the summertime, find out whether any concerts or art exhibitions are taking place at the Yale Summer School.
  • Infinity Hall, Route 44, 20 Greenwoods Road, +1 860 542-5531, toll-free: +1-866-666-6306, . Infinity Hall is the local music club and operates year-round. It also functions as a bistro. Their slogan is "intimate concerts and creative cuisine." The building is historic, having been constructed in 1883.


Yale University operates a Summer School of Art and a Summer School of Music in Norfolk. Only current Yale students can apply for the art programs, but the music programs select participants annually by application/audition.



Beckley Bog



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