Old Lyme is a town in New London County, Connecticut. The Main Street of the town, Lyme Street, is a historic district. The town has long been a popular summer resort and artists' colony. The town is named after Lyme Regis, England. Old Lyme is a community of about 7,600 permanent residents, in addition to several thousand seasonal vacationers who occupy a seaside community of summer residences. It is located on the east bank of the Connecticut River at its confluence with the Long Island Sound, across the river from Old Saybrook on the west bank.
The town of Old Lyme contains several villages, including Black Hall, Laysville, Lyme, Soundview, and South Lyme.
Below are links to the web pages for each of the public schools in Old Lyme.
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