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Stonington, CT
(range: 1 mile)
Step into the lives of two sea captains, their families, and ancestors when you pass through the grand front entrance of the Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House. There, you will want to rush to the top floor and observe Stonington Harbor from our magnificent cupola. (This excerpt taken from the Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House website)
Ann Borodell Denison Gates, affectionately known as Aunt Annie, and a number of other Denison descendants incorporated the George and Ann Borodell Denison Society in January of 1930. Upon her death in 1941 Annie Gates bequeathed the 1717 house, known as Pequotsepos Manor, and approximately 120 of the original 200 acre land grant to the Society. According to the Society's Articles of Association, "The purpose is to maintain a museum and memorial in the town of Stonington, CT as a testimonial to the Denison Family."  (This excerpt taken from the Denison Homestead Museum website)
Nearly 50 years ago, Olde Mistick Village welcomed visitors to their community of family owned shops for the first time. While many things have changed over the years, the Village’s dedication to providing a safe environment for family fun has never waivered.  (This excerpt taken from the Olde Mistick Village website)
Whether you’re interested in birding, plant identification, hiking, or nature photography, you’ll enjoy the varied woodland, wetland and meadow habitats at DPNC. With 10 miles of hiking trails to explore, you can search for bluebirds in the meadow, painted turtles or bullfrogs in the pond, admire our summer wildflower garden or simply enjoy a peaceful walk in the woods. (This excerpt taken from the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center website)
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Mystic, CT
(range: 2 miles)
May 1st through late October, choose a half-day or sunset cruise aboard ARGIA! Discover islands, lighthouses, and traditional windjammer sailing, right from down-town Mystic, Connecticut. (This excerpt taken from the Argia Mystic Cruises website)
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Mystic, CT
(range: 2 miles)
Mystic Aquarium is Connecticut's most unique aquarium experience. Learn more about events, programs, experiences, and more or plan your trip to Mystic Aquarium today. (This excerpt taken from the Mystic Aquarium 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 the Mystic Seaport Museum website)
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Mystic, CT
(range: 2 miles)
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. (This excerpt taken from the Mystic Museum of Art website)
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Stonington, CT
(range: 3 miles)
Stonington Vineyards is one of the first CT wineries on the CT Wine Trail, located mid-way between New York and Boston. Soak in the beauty, stroll through the vineyards, savor our wines and share the memories! This is Connecticut Wine Country! (This excerpt taken from the Stonington Vineyards website)
We offer many types of trips for all types of anglers - from beginner to pro. We customize our trips to suit your group for an action packed experience you'll never forget! (This excerpt taken from the Bonita II Sportsfishing Charters website)
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