Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
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"Located in beautiful Litchfield County, Crestbrook Park is a 236 acre facility and is Connecticut's third highest ranked municipal golf course (per Golf Digest, 1998)."
(This excerpt taken from Crestbrook Park Golf Course website)
"The Watertown Historical Society's Museum presents an in-depth view of our local history. It documents and preserves the collective memories of our community, to reflect on the present and pass on to our future generations."
(This excerpt taken from Watertown Historical Society Museum website)
"Go swimming and have a picnic at Mount Tom, then hike the trail to the stone lookout tower for some memorable views."
(This excerpt taken from Mount Tom State Park website)
"The White Memorial Conservation Center, an Environmental Education Center and Nature Museum, is located in the heart of the 4000-acre White Memorial Foundation in the hills of northwestern Connecticut."
(This excerpt taken from White Memorial Conservation Center website)
"Black Rock offers excellent swimming, hiking, scenic views, and Indian legend all tucked into the scenic rolling hills of the Western Highlands."
(This excerpt taken from Black Rock State Park website)
"Since its opening in 1975, the facilities of the Institute for American Indian Studies have continued to grow and adapt to changing times. They now include: the Visitor Center, which contains several permanent exhibits and classrooms; a replicated Algonkian village; several nature trails and gardens; and a simulated archaeological site. These exhibits and services are available to visitors year-round."
(This excerpt taken from Institute for American Indian Studies website)
"Come experience the Glebe House Museum and The Gertrude Jekyll Garden -- birthplace of the Episcopal Church in the New World and graced by the only extant American garden planned by England's most venerated designer. Set in the picturesque Litchfield Hills in historic Woodbury's village center, the Glebe House Museum offers the visitor a glimpse of Revolutionary War era Connecticut."
(This excerpt taken from Gelbe House Museum & Gertrude Jekyll Garden website)
"Tapping Reeve House & Litchfield Law School takes visitors on a journey through the life of a real student from the early 19th century. Through role-playing, hands-on areas, and interpretive exhibits, each visitor explores timeless issues of travel, communication, education, and community."
(This excerpt taken from Tapping Reeve House & Litchfield Law School website)
"The Litchfield History Museum invites visitors to explore the evolution of a small New England town. Furniture, historic clothing, household objects and paintings reveal Litchfield's history from its earliest European settlement to the present day. The museum's seven galleries highlight family life and work during the fifty years after the American Revolution, a time when Litchcfield was a bustling commercial, political, and educational center."
(This excerpt taken from Litchfield History Museum website)
"The mission of the Railroad Museum of New England (RMNE) is to establish an interpretive facility where the story of the region's rich railroad heritage can be effectively told. We have an extensive collection of New England rolling stock, including locomotives of all types, passenger cars, freight cars, and cabooses. We have New England railroad artifacts dating from the 1840's to the present, everything from tickets to signal towers."
(This excerpt taken from Railroad Museum of New England website)