Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
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"Located in Mystic, CT, the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center is a combination wildlife sanctuary, natural history museum, and educational facility highlighting the habitats of southeastern Connecticut. Our mission is to inspire and nurture appreciation and scientific understanding of the natural world and foster a personal environmental ethic."
(This excerpt taken from Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center website)
"This 16-room Victorian mansion was built in 1852 by two brothers, Captains Nathaniel Brown Palmer and Alexander Smith Palmer. Memorabilia pertaining to Nathaniel's discovery of Antarctica and the Palmer brothers' adventurous lives, as well as other Stonington family portraits, furnishings and artifacts are on display."
(This excerpt taken from Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House website)
"This historic Denison house, Pequotsepos Manor, was the home for six generations of one American family before it became a museum in 1948. [E]ach of the five main rooms represents a different period of history in America and the Denison Family, and therefore features the Denisons who lived in the house at that period."
(This excerpt taken from Denison Homestead Museum website)
"Let us take you back to a tranquil period of life where you can relax and shop in a leisurely way. Step back into the 1700s. Experience Early American charm and beauty. Linger in more than forty quaint shoppes, which feature many unique items from around the world found only at Olde Mistick Village."
(This excerpt taken from Olde Mistick Village website)
"Mystic Seaport Museum is the nation’s leading maritime museum. Founded in 1929 to gather and preserve the rapidly disappearing artifacts of America’s seafaring past, the Museum has grown to become a national center for research and education with the mission to “inspire an enduring connection to the American maritime experience.”"
(This excerpt taken from Mystic Seaport Museum website)
"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. Key figures in MMoA’s early history include Charles H. Davis, founder of the Mystic Art Colony, and Henry Ward Ranger, who founded the art colony at Old Lyme but later moved to Noank village, one town over from Mystic, and began exhibiting at Mystic Museum of Art."
(This excerpt taken from Mystic Museum of Art website)
"Join us for sailing cruises aboard the Tall Ship Mystic or the Schooner Argia. You can sail with us all year 'round!"
(This excerpt taken from Voyager Cruises website)
"Mystic Aquarium, one of America's leading aquariums, showcases the living collections, science and conservation work of Sea Research through exhibits, demonstrations and educational programs, emphasizing hands-on, interactive, live animal contact experiences for all ages. Hosting more than 750,000 visitors annually, the Aquarium is open year-round and is Connecticut's largest non-casino attraction. Mystic Aquarium is one of the few in North America housing Beluga whales and other rare and remarkable sea creatures."
(This excerpt taken from Mystic Aquarium website)
"Warbird Experience is the only source for the unrivaled thrill of warbird flight in Southern New England. Since we are located in Pawcatuck, CT, we are the perfect start or end to any vacation. In fact we offer sightseeing and photo flights as well. Gain a new perspective on Southern New England and bring home vacation pictures your family and friends will be envious of."
(This excerpt taken from Warbird Experience website)
"You will find us nestled in the Stonington Uplands above the Connecticut Coast Stonington Vineyards where the Long Island Sound meets the open Atlantic. We have been producing award-winning European-style wines for 20 years. We are open year round and we look forward to your visit!"
(This excerpt taken from Stonington Vineyards website)