This friendly Visitor’s Map of Norfolk, Connecticut, is obviously not to scale but it does show a lot of the scenery and features that make the town so special. All the exciting events planned for A Weekend in Norfolk (the first weekend in August and the last weekend in February) will take place within its confines. Do you want to get a paper copy for yourself? See the instructions below the map to find out how. Want a more WIN-specific map? Click here to download it. Want to know where to park? Download our parking map. We also suggest that you subscribe to the emails we send out when new events are posted.
A note about Route 272 south: Route 272 south is under repair in South Norfolk at Estey Road. Visitors coming up from Torrington via 272 must turn right on Parker Hill Road, left on Winchester Road and continue until intersecting with 272 again. To reach Norfolk center, turn right on 272.
Visitors coming from Goshen via East Street North must turn right when they intersect with Route 272, left on Parker Hill Road and then left on Winchester Road, as above.
Visitors wishing to go south on Route 272 (Litchfield Road) from the center of Norfolk may continue past the “Road Closed” sign. All events can be reached before encountering the block at Estey Road (about 4.5 miles south of town).
You may send for a free paper copy of this map with a variety of attractions numbered and keyed to a list that includes places to eat; places to enjoy music, art and history; places for shopping and activities; our bank and our gas station, and local bed and breakfasts. More information about music, art, history and outdoor attractions appears on the back, complete with pictures. Just send us an email with Norfolk Map & Guide in the subject line and ask for your copy of the free Norfolk map and guide. Be sure to include your postal mailing address. As long as we have copies, we will send you one.
Map drawn by Bart Arnold, © Norfolk Map Committee. Town website: norfolkct.org