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Coventry, Connecticut
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Nathan Hale Homestead image
Coventry, CT
(Range: 1 mile)
At the Nathan Hale Homestead, it is 1776, and a war for independence is underway. Learn how members of the Hale family supported the war effort by gathering supplies, helping their neighbors, and serving in the Continental Army. (Curated content from ctlandmarks.org)
Skungamaug River Golf Club image
Coventry, CT
(Range: 2 miles)
Skungamaug River Golf Club is beautifully conditioned, old time, traditional golf facility in Coventry, Connecticut. It is a shortish, challenging, sporty course that will require you to play every club in your bag. Our 18-hole facility features 5,785 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70.  (Curated content from skungamauggolf.com)
Ballard Institute & Museum of Puppetry image
(Range: 4 miles)
The Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry is one of America’s hidden treasures—a superb collection of over 2,500 puppets from all over the world; an archive of books, manuscripts, posters, drawings, audio-visual materials and photographs all covering the history of puppetry. It is also the new home of the Puppeteers of America’s Audio-Visual Collection: the largest collection of videotapes, films, and other media about puppetry in the United States. (Curated content from bimp.uconn.edu)
Connecticut State Museum of Natural History image
(Range: 4 miles)
Natural history collections are a library of physical and biological data that scientists and scholars use to better understand our world. At the Connecticut State Museum of Natural History, collections are important educational tools that help us share research and scholarship with students and the general public. (Curated content from mnh.uconn.edu)
Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts image
(Range: 4 miles)
2132 Hillside Road Unit 3104 University of Connecticut (Curated content from jorgensen.uconn.edu)
Lucky Strike Lanes image
(Range: 5 miles)
Lucky Strike Lanes provides a fun and exciting atmosphere for all ages at an affordable rate. We offer open bowling daily and leagues for bowlers of all abilities. You can also have your next birthday party or group event at Lucky Strike Lanes. (Curated content from www.luckystrikelanesct.com)
Gay City State Park image
(Range: 6 miles)
Gay City State Park offers a glimpse into Connecticut's industrial roots with over 1500 acres of endless opportunities for outdoor fun including the exploration of extinct mill-town ruins and stone foundations. (Curated content from portal.ct.gov)
Tallwood Country Club image
(Range: 7 miles)
Tallwood is an 18 hole course featuring your choice of four tee placements sure to meet or challenge anyone’s playing level. Tallwood also boast one of the best public practice facilities in the state. Enjoy our two large putting greens, a chipping/bunker area with a target green and a large driving range. Private and group lessons as well as multi-day instructional camps are available through our PGA professional. (Curated content from www.tallwoodcountryclub.com)
Robert K. Wickware Planetarium image
(Range: 7 miles)
The Robert K. Wickware Planetarium is a 50-seat facility used for teaching astronomy courses, as well as a popular site for public and private star shows. The planetarium is named for Dr. Robert K. Wickware, Eastern faculty member for 33 years and an active member of the community. He was “an enthusiastic advocate for teaching children the wonder of science.”  (Curated content from www.easternct.edu)
Blackledge Country Club image
(Range: 8 miles)
Blackledge Country Club is a 36-hole public golf course nestled in the scenic Connecticut countryside. We feature two distinct 18-hole layouts: Anderson’s Glen, known as “The Old Course”, was designed by architect Geoffrey Cornish and opened in 1963. Gilead Highlands, known by many as “The New Course”, was designed by architect Mark Mungeam and opened in the Spring of 2000. (Curated content from www.blackledgecc.net)