The Carved Welcome Signs of Mystic, CT by Matt Beaudoin

2 Holmes Street and 25 Cottrell Street  Downtown Mystic, CT 06355


Your Cart is Empty

January 31, 2017 1 min read

Welcome to Mystic, CT

Greenmaville Avenue, Mystic

Enter the heart of Mystic, Connecticut (our home base) from any direction and you're welcomed by one of four hand-carved wooden signs.

Mystic Seaport ship carvers created the signs for the towns of Stonington and Groton (the two municipalities in which the village of Mystic lies). These signs are reproductions of earlier signs that had deteriorated and needed to be replaced.

welcome sign - Mystic, CT
near Daniel Packer Inne where Noank Road meets Water Street


The Town of Stonington's Mystic Bridge Historic District and the Town of Groton's Mystic River Historic District lie within the boundaries of these signs and are intended to regulate and preserve the historic appearance of Mystic.

more about the welcome signs at

Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.