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Manchester, CT
(range: < 1 mile)
Welcome to The Fire Museum, the home of the Connecticut Firemen's Historical Society, located amidst the renovated red-brick mill buildings of the Cheney National Historic and Landmark District in Manchester, CT. The Museum is housed in a 1901 wooden firehouse, originally built by the Manchester Volunteer Firemen with funds donated by the Cheney Family, world renowned manufacturers of fine silk fabrics. The collection is on display on all three floors of our historic building, which includes a large gallery on the second floor. (This excerpt taken from the Fire Museum website)
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Manchester, CT
(range: < 1 mile)
We present year-round arts programming, including plays, musicals, concerts, and other performing and visual arts activities. Every year, this programming is supported by more than 30,000 hours from volunteers, including actors, backstage crew, set builders, ushers and many other creative personnel. (This excerpt taken from the Little Theatre of Manchester website)
Manchester Country Club image
Manchester, CT
(range: 1 mile)
Our golf course totals 6,167 challenging yards from the white markers, which are rated at 69.7. Manicured bunkers placed strategically about the fairways and greens demand concentration, skill and a fair amount of local knowledge to score well. Come play Manchester Country Club not only due to the great condition our golf course but for good times, good people and good fun. (This excerpt taken from the Manchester Country Club website)
Lutz Children's Museum image
Manchester, CT
(range: 1 mile)
The mission of the Lutz Children’s Museum shall be to provide a multi-faceted museum for children to explore culture, history, and the natural sciences through internal and external exhibits, programs, and experiences. (This excerpt taken from the Lutz Children's Museum website)
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Manchester, CT
(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. (This excerpt taken from the Wickham Park website)
Gay City State Park image
Hebron, CT
(range: 4 miles)
Gay City State Park offers a glimpse into Connecticut's industrial roots with over 1500 acres of endless opportunities for outdoor fun including the exploration of extinct mill-town ruins and stone foundations. (This excerpt taken from the Gay City State Park website)
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, “Mystique” 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. (This excerpt taken from the Lady Katharine Cruises website)
Tallwood is an 18 hole course featuring your choice of four tee placements sure to meet or challenge anyone’s playing level. Tallwood also boast one of the best public practice facilities in the state. Enjoy our two large putting greens, a chipping/bunker area with a target green and a large driving range. Private and group lessons as well as multi-day instructional camps are available through our PGA professional. (This excerpt taken from the Tallwood Country Club website)
Blackledge Country Club is a 36-hole public golf course nestled in the scenic Connecticut countryside. We feature two distinct 18-hole layouts: Anderson’s Glen, known as “The Old Course”, was designed by architect Geoffrey Cornish and opened in 1963. Gilead Highlands, known by many as “The New Course”, was designed by architect Mark Mungeam and opened in the Spring of 2000. (This excerpt taken from the Blackledge Country Club website)
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. (This excerpt taken from the Museum of Connecticut History website)
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