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East Hartford, Connecticut
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Lady Katharine Cruises image
(Range: 2 miles)
Lady Katharine Cruises was founded on a long standing tradition of appreciation and respect for the Connecticut River Valley and its rich history. Like Lady Katharine Cruises, “Lady Kate” has a proud background. She began her sailing days in New York Harbor where she was a prominent cruise ship providing tourists from the U.S. and abroad unparalleled views of New York City for almost 20 years. (Curated content from ladykatecruises.com)
Riverfront Recapture image
(Range: 2 miles)
Since 1981, we have led the effort to revitalize the banks of the Connecticut River in Hartford and East Hartford. We’ve transformed the Riverfront from an overgrown area that was walled off by flood dikes and cut off by Interstate 91 into four public parks connected by riverwalks.  (Curated content from riverfront.org)
Wickham Park image
(Range: 2 miles)
Wickham Park is a non-profit, private foundation whose property extends into both Manchester and East Hartford, Connecticut. The park contains 250 acres of gardens, open fields, woodlands, ponds, picnic areas, sports facilities, and other attractions. (Curated content from wickhampark.org)
Connecticut Science Center image
(Range: 2 miles)
How do you get people interested in science? Engage them! (Curated content from www.facebook.com)
Museum of Connecticut History image
(Range: 3 miles)
At the Museum of Connecticut History, you'll find exhibits that trace the growth of the State and its role in the development of the nation. The Museum focuses on Connecticut's government, industrial and military history. (Curated content from museumofcthistory.org)
CT Old State House image
(Range: 3 miles)
Located in the heart of Hartford, Connecticut, this building served as a home to all three branches of Connecticut state government from 1796 to 1878. Some of our state’s most important stories of freedom, democracy, and civic action – from the Amistad and Prudence Crandall trials to the Constitutional Convention of 1818 – connect to this National Historic Landmark. (Curated content from www.cga.ct.gov)
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art image
(Range: 3 miles)
Founded by Daniel Wadsworth in 1842, the Wadsworth Atheneum opened two years later with just seventy-nine paintings and three sculptures. Today the collection exceeds 50,000 works of art – the result of active acquisitions by patrons, directors, and curators who continue Wadsworth’s dedication to collecting and supporting the work of living artists. (Curated content from www.thewadsworth.org)
Hartford Stage image
(Range: 3 miles)
Renowned for producing innovative revivals of classics, as well as provocative new plays and musicals, Hartford Stage has earned many of the nation’s most prestigious awards, including the 1989 Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre. Additional national recognition includes honors from the Outer Critics Circle, Drama Desk, American Theatre Wing (OBIE), and the New York Critics Circle. (Curated content from www.hartfordstage.org)
The Bushnell image
(Range: 3 miles)
The Bushnell has been central to life in Greater Hartford serving as its unique gathering place for arts, education, and community activities. (Curated content from bushnell.org)
TheaterWorks Hartford image
(Range: 3 miles)
TheaterWorks presents approximately 225 performances per season and has produced over 150 plays to date. The company’s repertory includes the hottest, most current plays—plays usually sold-out in New York, Chicago, and London— presented in a gem-like 191-seat theater where the farthest seat is only 8 rows from the stage.  (Curated content from twhartford.org)