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Berlin, Connecticut
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Timberlin Golf Club image
Berlin, CT
(Range: 1 mile)
Nestled along the base of Ragged Mountain located in Berlin, CT., you’ll find a hidden gem, Timberlin Golf Club, a premier 18-hole municipal golf course. The Al Zikorus design constructed in 1970, features rolling terrain and spectacular views of the surrounding farmland. In 2006, a two million dollar renovation project, designed by Stephan Kay and Doug Smith, was completed.  (Curated content from www.timberlingolf.com)
Connecticut Theatre Company image
(Range: 2 miles)
Connecticut Theatre Company was formed in 2013 by the members and directors of two local community theatre groups, Bristol Theatre Arts and the New Britain Repertory Theatre group. These two groups wanted to combine their volunteers, talent and resources to ensure that central Connecticut had a theatre presence that delivered consistent, valuable and exciting theatrical opportunities, education and entertainment. Out of these collaborative discussions, Connecticut Theatre Company was born. (Curated content from www.connecticuttheatrecompany.org)
New Britain Industrial Museum image
(Range: 3 miles)
The New Britain Industrial Museum collects, preserves and exhibits items representing more than 200 years of New Britain innovation and invention. From 19th century hooks & eyes to 21st century ERA Cobra Cars the museum and its collection serve as a bridge between New Britain’s past and present and provides inspiration for the future. (Curated content from nbindustrial.org)
New Britain Museum of American Art image
(Range: 3 miles)
The NBMAA collection represents over three centuries of the major artists and movements of American art. Today it contains over 8,400 paintings, works on paper, sculptures, videos, and photographs. (Curated content from www.nbmaa.org)
New Britain Youth Museum image
(Range: 3 miles)
For 60 years, the New Britain Youth Museum, a non-profit museum and nature center, has served as an educational resource for children, youth, families and teachers in central Connecticut. The New Britain Youth Museum in downtown New Britain, CT offers school programming, outreach, exhibits and special events that focus on history, art, science and the cultural heritage of the diverse peoples of the region. (Curated content from www.newbritainyouthmuseum.org)
Hawks Landing Country Club image
(Range: 4 miles)
Hawks Landing CC is located in the lush central CT river valley in Southington. Because of our location we are an easy ride no matter where you are coming from within the state. Your ride to and from our facilities is sure to be an enjoyable trip. (Curated content from hawkslandingcc.com)
Hunter Golf Club image
(Range: 4 miles)
Hunter Golf Club offers an excellent test of golf, with great views of surrounding trap rock ridges and Castle Craig in Meriden's Hubbard Park, which can be seen while playing the fifth hole. It was recently named the number seven public golf course in the state by Pub Links magazine, and has been named a top ten course by the Connecticut Magazine. (Curated content from www.huntergolfclub.com)
Miner Hills Golf Course image
(Range: 4 miles)
Miner Hills Golf Course is a challenging 9 Hole Executive Course nestled in the rolling hills of Middletown, CT We are conveniently located just a mile from exit 20 off I91, and only a few minutes from Rt.9. Miner Hills Golf Couse is the perfect place to meet after work, squeeze in an early morning round or enjoy a fun afternoon with family or friends. (Curated content from www.minerhillsgolf.com)
Enoch Kelsey House image
(Range: 5 miles)
The Enoch Kelsey House at 1702 Main Street in Newington is an example of the home of a prosperous Connecticut farmer and tinsmith in the late 18th century. It was built by Enoch Kelsey and his son David in 1799 on Kelsey Street opposite Christian Lane in the southwestern section of town. It was moved to its present location by the Newington Historical Society and Trust in 1979. (Curated content from www.newingtonct.gov)
Hubbard Park image
(Range: 5 miles)
The round stone observation tower of native trap rock was built by local stone masons in 1900. It stands on East Peak with an elevation of 976 feet. The tower is 32 feet in height and 58 feet in circumference. An interior stairway provides access to the observation deck. On a clear day, an observer may see the Sleeping Giant Mountain Range to the south, and catch a glimpse of New Haven, the glistening water of Long Island Sound, and even the dim profile of Long Island. To the north, the foot hills of the Berkshires in Southern Massachusetts, vicinity of Mt. Tom, are discernible. (Curated content from www.meridenct.gov)