Danbury, Connecticut: Statue of the Teen Girl Paul Revere

Sybil Ludington was 16 years old in 1777 when she rode through the countryside, spreading the alarm about the British. Her bronze statue depicts her on horseback, screaming.

Address:
170 Main St, Danbury, CT
Directions:
Downtown, in front of the library, on the west side of Main St./Hwy 53 between West and Bank Sts. Parking in back.
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Sybil Ludington .

Statue of the Teen Girl Paul Revere

Sybil Ludington was definitely brave, and only 16 years old! Free parking behind the library.

[Dash!, 05/22/2019]
Statue of the Teen Girl Paul Revere

My 7 year old thought it was pretty cool. The town was lovely. Check out the Museum of the Streets plaques throughout.

[Alex, 07/27/2014]

Teen Girl Paul Revere.

Statue of the Teen Girl Paul Revere

It's a nice little area, the statue, and a water feature where the old city hall was. The only cost may be for a parking meter.

[Ken H, 08/09/2010]

Her name was Sybil Ludington, and she was 16 years old in 1777, when she rode through the countryside, spreading the alarm about the British. Her bronze statue depicts her on horseback, screaming.


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