| Downtown | The North End | Barry Square | The South End | Parkville | Frog Hollow | Trinity College | Behind the Rocks | The University of Hartford | The West End | Asylum Hill | Elizabeth Park

Frog Hollow
Brujah Territory

Frog Hollow was named in the 17th century for the swamp in the low land near what is now the corner of Broad and Ward Streets.

In the 19th century, the neighborhood was developed to house the immigrants who worked in the factories which lined Capitol Avenue.

The Park River, now underground, once was used as a source of water power by the factories. The Park River Tunnel is accessible near Pope Park for those interested in subteranean adventure.

Frog Hollow is now home to an array of Spanish merchants, and purveyors of Caribbean wares. Rumors state that a project is in the works to build a plaza modeled after Plaza Mayor in Madrid at the intersection of Park Street and Main Street, and who knows, maybe someday it will actually happen.