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Avon Talks Newsletter

Avon Talks Newsletter New Episode: The Heublein Tower with Jay Willerup Join us with Jay Willerup, the current board president of the Friends of Heublein ...
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Heublein Family Tree

Jay Willerup, President of the Friends of Heublein Tower welcomed a relative of the Heublein family. Janae lives in California and this was her first ...
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2022 Tower Toot

We are happy to announce that the Tower Toot will be back after a two-year absence! Saturday, October 15th and Sunday October 16th, 2022. This ...
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The Friends of the Heublein tower relies on the generosity of our volunteers, guests and visitors to maintain the beauty of the tower and its surrounding grounds. Your monetary donation will 100% directly fund tower related projects and restorations. Thank you for your considerations.


Fun facts about the Heublein Tower and family

Great Reception

From 1948 to 1950, WTHT, an FM station operated by The Hartford Times, used the tower as its antenna site

A Presidential Offer

Many famous people have been guests at the Heublein Tower. In the early 1950s, at a Hartford Times gala, the Republican Party asked General Dwight Eisenhower to run for president.

X-Ray Vision

At the turn of the 20th century, Arthur Heublein,a doctor at Hartford Hospital, pioneered the use of X-rays and radium treatments for cancer patients.

It's How Steak is Done

In 1895 the Heublein family begins manufacturing A-1 Steak Sauce in the U.S.

How the Wind Blows

Original designers Smith and Bassette designed the Heublein Tower to withstand 100 MPH winds.

Going Up!

The Heublein Tower was one of the first private residences to purchase and install an Otis Elevator during the Victorian Era.

Feet Tall
Steps to the Top
Ft Above Farmington Valley
Acre Grounds
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