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Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park image
Groton, CT
(Range: 1 mile)
Add a touch of reality to your Revolutionary War history lesson with a visit to Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park, site of the 1781 massacre led by the traitorous Benedict Arnold. (Curated content from portal.ct.gov)
Bluff Point State Park image
Groton, CT
(Range: 1 mile)
Bluff Point Coastal Reserve offers the visitor a delightful mixture of wooded hiking and biking trails coupled with spectacular wildlife viewing on Long Island Sound. (Curated content from portal.ct.gov)
Custom House Maritime Museum image
(Range: 2 miles)
Telling the stories of New London's waterfront, the Custom House offers lighthouse tours and boat trips, an annual chowda'fest, artifacts relating to local lighthouses, US Customs and the Amistad, along with changing exhibitions and a great Museum Shop. (Curated content from www.nlmaritimesociety.org)
Monte Cristo Cottage image
(Range: 2 miles)
Situated in New London, Connecticut, the Monte Cristo Cottage is the boyhood summer home of Eugene O'Neill, America's only Nobel Prize-winning playwright. The 1840s cottage is named in honor of Eugene O’Neill’s father, the actor James O’Neill, and his most popular role as Edmond Dantès in The Count of Monte Cristo.  (Curated content from www.theoneill.org)
The Shaw Mansion image
(Range: 2 miles)
The Shaw Mansion is rich with history. It was built by Captain Nathaniel Shaw beginning in 1756. In that year French refugees from Nova Scotia arrived in New London with few resources and few choices. Captain Shaw put them to work cutting the granite ledge on his property overlooking the Thames River to erect his granite mansion dwelling. (Curated content from www.nlchs.org)
Alexey von Schlippe Gallery of Art image
Groton, CT
(Range: 2 miles)
The Alexey von Schlippe Gallery of Art was founded in 1992 at the University of Connecticut, Avery Point. Named for Avery Point's beloved art professor, Alexey von Schlippe (1915-1988), the Gallery occupies several rooms on the second floor of the historic Branford House Mansion. (Curated content from avsgallery.sfa.uconn.edu)
Fort Trumbull State Park image
(Range: 2 miles)
Get an interactive history lesson at the visitor's center, or just walk the Fort and ramparts for a view of the Thames River, a visit to Fort Trumbull has something for everyone including a boardwalk and fishing pier. (Curated content from portal.ct.gov)
Haley Farm State Park image
Groton, CT
(Range: 2 miles)
The park has been preserved as open space and is used for passive recreational purposes. A 0.8 mile bike trail winds its way through the scenic old shoreline farm. (Curated content from portal.ct.gov)
Garde Arts Center image
(Range: 2 miles)
Southeastern Connecticut’s non-profit home for the performing arts, cinema and education, the Garde Arts Center was founded in 1985 to save, restore and operate in the heart of downtown New London the historic (1926) Garde Theater and Building as a regional cultural gathering place and economic catalyst. (Curated content from gardearts.org)
Submarine Force Museum image
Groton, CT
(Range: 2 miles)
Submarines have fascinated people from Alexander the Great to the Beatles, from Jules Verne to John Holland. You’ll find out why when you visit the nation’s finest displays and collections of America’s submarine heritage. (Curated content from ussnautilus.org)
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