317 Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
New Britain, Connecticut
Stanley Golf Course

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Located in New Britain, CT

Stanley Golf Course is a beautiful 27 hole public golf course including a Teaching Academy & 19 station driving range (10 of the range bays are covered) located in New Britain, CT close to major highways.

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New Britain Industrial Museum

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Located in New Britain, CT

New Britain products are known round the world and the New Britain Industrial Museum has a collection of these items dating back to 1812. There has long been a need to preserve these artifacts representative of the creativeness and efforts of its people over the generations. The New Britain Industrial Museum ... was formed to appreciate the past as well as to inspire for the future.

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Museum Historic
New Britain Museum of American Art

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Located in New Britain, CT

With particular strengths in colonial portraiture, the Hudson River School, American Impressionism, and the Ash Can School, not to mention the important mural series The Arts of Life in America by Thomas Hart Benton, the museum relies heavily on its permanent collection for exhibitions and programming, yet also displays a significant number of borrowed shows and work by emerging artists. The singular focus on American art and its panoramic view of American artistic achievement make the New Britain Museum of American Art a significant teaching resource available to the local, regional, and national public.

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Kellogg-Eddy House

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Located in Newington, CT (2 miles from New Britain)

The Kellogg-Eddy House was built in 1808. It is a typical New England Georgian-style house with some Greek Revival influences and a good example of the home of an affluent farm family of that era.

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Historic Museum
Hill-Stead Museum

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Located in Farmington, CT (2 miles from New Britain)

Renowned French Impressionist paintings, four by Claude Monet, three by Edgar Degas, and notable works by Manet, Mary Cassatt and James McNeill Whistler are highlights of the in situ exhibition. The collection also includes 250 prints and photographs, 290 ceramics, 400 pieces of furniture, a 3,300-volume library and 16,000-plus archival documents. The 152-acre property features an Arts and Crafts carriage barn and theater, stone garages, woodland trails, a pond and dairy complex, and a Sunken Garden designed by Beatrix Farrand c. 1920.

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Museum Historic
Repertory Theatre of New Britain

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Located in New Britain, CT

Since 1955, the theatre has regularly produced 4 Broadway or Off Broadway shows each season and, since 1999, have produced cultural events that reflect the current population of the community. In addition, they have had children's theatre, and original one-act playwriting competitions which brought in playwrights from all over the US, Canada, Australia and England.

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Theatre Performing Arts
Huck Finn Adventures

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Located in Farmington, CT (3 miles from New Britain)

Welcome to Huck Finn Adventures! Since 1983, we have rented canoes and kayaks on the Farmington River. The scenic Farmington Valley holds many treasures: An Indian cave in Talcott Mountain Ridge, the Simsbury Sycamore (the largest tree in Connecticut), and relaxing, fun-filled adventures for all ages!

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Boating Tour

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