Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
Westport, Connecticut
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Westport, CT
(range: < 1 mile)
The Playhouse is a non-profit that produces theater from playwrights, actors, directors, and designers of all backgrounds, while entertaining audiences and exploring human and societal issues along the way. (This excerpt taken from the Westport Country Playhouse website)
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Westport, CT
(range: 1 mile)
Connecticut's first state park is still one of its finest. Have a leisurely lunch in the shade of the picnic grove, swim in Long Island sound, or view marsh life from the observation platform at Sherwood Island. (This excerpt taken from the Sherwood Island State Park website)
Earthplace - The Nature Discovery Center image
Westport, CT
(range: 1 mile)
Earthplace blends science, conservation, and education into pathways for learning about nature and the environment. (This excerpt taken from the Earthplace - The Nature Discovery Center website)
This saltbox house was built in 1750 for David Ogden at the time of his marriage to Jane Sturges. For the next 125 years it was home for the Ogden family in the farming and coastal shipping town of Fairfield. The property once included nearly 75 acres of farmland and several outbuildings. Today, the Ogden House welcomes visitors to discover more about the life of a colonial family. (This excerpt taken from the Ogden House & Gardens website)
We have 75 live exhibits featuring nearly 7,000 animals of 300 species. Your Long Island Sound journey begins along a freshwater river and the shallow waters of the salt marsh, then moves into deeper and deeper habitats out to the open ocean. (This excerpt taken from the The Maritime Aquarium website)
The Sheffield Island Lighthouse and the Light Keeper’s Cottage provide a unique historical and educational venue which strives to increase awareness, appreciation and consideration for our environment and how the preservation of historic buildings and nature contribute to our quality of life. (This excerpt taken from the Sheffield Island Lighthouse website)
CCP is located in an historic landmark 19th century stone carriage house in the Mathews Park cultural complex in Norwalk. The space is an architectural gem that has been transformed into an important and dynamic printmaking facility and gallery space. It is fully equipped to accommodate all printmaking techniques: intaglio, lithography, monotype, silkscreen, woodblock printing, papermaking, book arts and digital processes. The Grace Ross Shanley Gallery is host to many world-class historic, contemporary and thematic exhibitions of original prints including alternating biennial international exhibitions – Miniprint and Footprint – that attract submissions from artists in more than 90 countries. (This excerpt taken from the Center for Contemporary Printmaking website)
We offer a playful environment for families and kids to explore, learn, have fun, and more and provide programs, classes, and events for kids, teachers, and families. Visit us soon! (This excerpt taken from the Stepping Stones Museum for Children website)
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Norwalk, CT
(range: 4 miles)
Baseball/softball, volleyball, skate park, playground, refreshing splash pad, sun and sand sports, the sailing school, bocce, basketball, and 3/4 of a mile of scenic coastline with tremendous views.  (This excerpt taken from the Calf Pasture Beach website)
Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum is regarded as one of the earliest and most significant Second Empire Style country houses in the United States. Built by renowned financier and railroad tycoon LeGrand Lockwood from 1864-1868, the Mansion, with its unparalleled architecture and interiors, illustrates magnificently the beauty and splendor of the Victorian Era. (This excerpt taken from the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum website)
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