231 Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
Stratford, Connecticut
Boothe Memorial Park Museum

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Located in Stratford, CT

The museum maintains a collection of buildings including a carriage house, Americana Museum, miniature lighthouse and windmill, a clocktower museum, a trolley station, a chapel and a blacksmith shop. There are beautiful flower gardens and ponds located on the property.

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Museum Historic Gardens
National Helicopter Museum

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Located in Stratford, CT

The Museum contains hundreds of photographs and models tracing the history of the helicopter both in the United States and around the world.

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Museum Historic
Connecticuts Beardsley Zoo

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Located in Bridgeport, CT (2 miles from Stratford)

Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo is a wonderful place to visit - alone or with your family. Spend an hour or the whole day and see more than 300 animals representing primarily North and South American species. Come learn about our many endangered and threatened species, which include the Amur (Siberian) tiger, Andean condor, Ocelot, Red wolf, Andean (spectacled) bear, Maned wolf, and Golden lion tamarin.

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Zoo Family Attraction
Stratford Antique Center

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Located in Stratford, CT

STRATFORD ANTIQUE CENTER is a multi-dealer shop conveniently located off I95 in Stratford Connecticut. Locally known as the Big Blue Building, the center houses 16,500 square feet of antiques and collectibles offered for sale from approximately 200 dealers. Whatever you are looking for in antiques or collectibles you can probably find it here.

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Housatonic Museum of Art

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Located in Bridgeport, CT (4 miles from Stratford)

The Museum has one of the most significant collections of any two-year college in the country and includes works by master artists such as Rodin, Picasso, Matisse, Miro and Chagall. Both art enthusiasts and casual observers have the rare opportunity to engage daily with original works of art and artifacts on continuous display throughout the College and campus grounds.

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The Barnum Museum

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Located in Bridgeport, CT (4 miles from Stratford)

From its opening on February 18, 1893 to present day, The Barnum Museum has been committed to the preservation and interpretation of Bridgeport's industrial and social history, as well as being an outstanding educational resource for students of all ages.

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Downtown Cabaret Theatre

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Located in Bridgeport, CT (4 miles from Stratford)

Since the Theatre's official opening with VAUDEVILLE TROUPE on February 27, 1976, well over half a million adults and children have enjoyed musical productions in the unique Bring Your Own Picnic cabaret atmosphere. It is now recognized as an important regional theatre.

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Theatre Performing Arts

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