Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
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"Located in the center of Connecticut's largest historic district, the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum provides the quintessential New England experience. The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum ... operates four remarkable 18th century houses, three of which are National Historic Landmarks."
(This excerpt taken from Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum website)
"The Enoch Kelsey House at 1702 Main Street in Newington is an example of the home of a prosperous Connecticut farmer and tinsmith in the late 18th century. Of common design, the home features rare, freehand painted wall decorations, basement to attic paneling, a beehive oven and fireplaces."
(This excerpt taken from Enoch Kelsey House website)
"We made a pledge on our first voyage to create a cruise line that celebrates the good life: both grand style and formality as well as comfort and simplicity. Lady Katharine Cruises is here to lift your spirits."
(This excerpt taken from Lady Katharine Cruises website)
"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."
(This excerpt taken from Kellogg-Eddy House website)
"If you like dinosaurs, you'll love our 200 million-year-old fossil trackway, interactive exhibits and the chance to cast your own dinosaur footprint to take home."
(This excerpt taken from Dinosaur State Park website)
"With more than 165 hands-on exhibits, a state-of-the-art 3D digital theater, four educational labs, plus daily programs and events, the Connecticut Science Center offers endless exploration for children, teens, and adults. From physics to forensics, geology to astronomy, visitors have the sciences at their fingertips."
(This excerpt taken from Connecticut Science Center website)
"Overlooking Hartford's 41 acre Bushnell Memorial Park, the Connecticut State Capitol first opened for the General Assembly in January, 1879. Initial work on the project had begun eight years before in 1871 when the legislature established a special commission and appropriated funds for construction of a new statehouse. The site was contributed by the city of Hartford, and the commission retained James G. Batterson to build the Capitol from plans designed by noted architect Richard M. Upjohn."
(This excerpt taken from Connecticut State Capitol website)
"Begin your visit to Hartford with a tour of this 1796 National Historic Landmark, one of the nation's oldest state houses. Tour the magnificently-restored historic rooms, experience the interactive audio tour, visit the immersive Education Center, see the exciting new exhibition, shop in the Museum Store, attend a program, and so much more!"
(This excerpt taken from CT Old State House website)
"The Bushnell Park Foundation, in collaboration with the City of Hartford, is dedicated to the protection, preservation and enhancement of Bushnell Park. We support and encourage programming for all ages. The Foundation continues to promote Reverend Horace Bushnell’s founding vision of “a place of life and motion that will make us more completely conscious of being one people.”Bushnell Park Foundation"
(This excerpt taken from Bushnell Park Foundation website)
"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."
(This excerpt taken from Stanley Golf Course website)