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Stonington, Connecticut
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Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House image
Stonington, CT
(Range: 1 mile)
Step into the lives of two sea captains, their families, and ancestors when you pass through the grand front entrance of the Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House. There, you will want to rush to the top floor and observe Stonington Harbor from our magnificent cupola. (Curated content from www.stoningtonhistory.org)
Denison Homestead Museum image
(Range: 1 mile)
Ann Borodell Denison Gates, affectionately known as Aunt Annie, and a number of other Denison descendants incorporated the George and Ann Borodell Denison Society in January of 1930. Upon her death in 1941 Annie Gates bequeathed the 1717 house, known as Pequotsepos Manor, and approximately 120 of the original 200 acre land grant to the Society. According to the Society's Articles of Association, "The purpose is to maintain a museum and memorial in the town of Stonington, CT as a testimonial to the Denison Family."  (Curated content from www.denisonhomestead.org)
Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center image
(Range: 1 mile)
Whether you’re interested in birding, plant identification, hiking, or nature photography, you’ll enjoy the varied woodland, wetland and meadow habitats at DPNC. With 10 miles of hiking trails to explore, you can search for bluebirds in the meadow, painted turtles or bullfrogs in the pond, admire our summer wildflower garden or simply enjoy a peaceful walk in the woods. (Curated content from dpnc.org)
Pequot Golf Club image
Stonington, CT
(Range: 1 mile)
Located just minutes from Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun casinos and historic Mystic, Pequot Golf Club offers one of southeastern Connecticut’s most enjoyable golfing experiences for all golf enthusiasts. Gently rolling terrain and natural beauty await you as you wind through the Connecticut woods. The small undulating greens and tree lined fairways can challenge golfers of all skill levels. Pequot’s par 70, 18-hole layout provides an enjoyable and memorable golfing experience for all players. (Curated content from pequotgolf.com)
Saltwater Farm Vineyard image
Stonington, CT
(Range: 1 mile)
With a preservationist’s bent and keen appreciation of our vineyard’s past, the goal has been to sustain, in contemporary function and fashion, the two foundations of the property’s place in Stonington’s history: coastal Connecticut farmland and a WWII-era private airport. (Curated content from www.saltwaterfarmvineyard.com)
Beer'd Brewing Co. image
Stonington, CT
(Range: 1 mile)
Argia Mystic Cruises image
(Range: 2 miles)
May 1st through late October, choose a half-day or sunset cruise aboard ARGIA! Discover islands, lighthouses, and traditional windjammer sailing, right from down-town Mystic, Connecticut. (Curated content from www.argiamystic.com)
Mystic Aquarium image
(Range: 2 miles)
Mystic Aquarium is Connecticut's most unique aquarium experience. Learn more about events, programs, experiences, and more or plan your trip to Mystic Aquarium today. (Curated content from www.mysticaquarium.org)
Mystic Museum of Art image
(Range: 2 miles)
Mystic Museum of Art, a part of the Connecticut art scene for 100 years, is a place where culture, tradition, and the charm of small town New England converge. Founded in 1913 by a group of prominent artists rooted in the philosophy of the 19th century French landscape painters, Mystic Museum of Art today serves as an arts and culture center for southeastern Connecticut. (Curated content from www.mysticmuseumofart.org)
Treworgy Planetarium image
(Range: 2 miles)
Since 1960, the Treworgy Planetarium at Mystic Seaport Museum has been a center for science education, inspiring visitors to draw connections between our maritime history and the world and skies around us. (Curated content from www.mysticseaport.org)