Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
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"Choose rafting or canoeing and journey down a 10 mile section of the Housatonic River."
(This excerpt taken from Clarke Outdoors website)
"View the rugged hills of this wildlife sanctuary or visit a black spruce bog to experience a unique plant community."
(This excerpt taken from Mohawk State Forest website)
"Welcome to Mohawk Mountain, Connecticut's premier snow resort, serving southern New England since 1947 with an exciting winter sport environment featuring skiing and snowboarding. Mohawk features 24 trails for skiing and snowboarding, using state of the art snow making equipment, five chairlifts, a 'wonder carpet' for beginners and amenities for all snow sport enthusiasts. Join us for the best skiing and snowboarding in Connecticut."
(This excerpt taken from Mohawk Mountain Ski Area website)
"Roam the strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, pumpkin and apple fields and view the beauty of the land that still stands the same way centuries later. We also have a Large Corn Maze activity that is fun and educational for children as well as adults."
(This excerpt taken from Ellsworth Hill Orchard and Berry Farm website)
"When you visit the Salisbury - Lakeville area of Northwestern Connecticut, don't miss the the Salisbury Cannon Museum and the opportunity to learn about the area's historic role as a principal cannon producer during the American Revolution."
(This excerpt taken from Salisbury Cannon Museum website)
"Summertime fishing or wintertime cross-country skiing make John A. Minetto State Park a four season fun spot."
(This excerpt taken from John A. Minetto State Park website)
"Wander across the covered bridge, hike the falls, and feel the mist on your face as water cascades 250' down on its way to joining the Housatonic River."
(This excerpt taken from Kent Falls 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)
"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)