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We send two emails a month to consumers who have requested information on seasonal topics, activities, and events. It's just one more way we are effectively reaching our audience with compelling content.
Approximately 100,000 consumers get our emails each month
About 20,000 consumers open each mailing
Emails link to one to six different articles, deals and events
Overview: Connecticut’s world-class museums, historic sites, aquariums, entertainment venues and other tourism destinations across the state are temporarily closed in order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean you can’t visit—virtually. We've gathered a list of popular attractions across Connecticut that have created special online experiences or projects to entertain, teach and engage you and your family while you stay safe at home. Watch live animals, take virtual tours, participate in learning activities, try virtual yoga classes and more!
Overview: Looking for something fun to do in March? Whether you want something active, relaxing, cultural, nature-oriented or romantic, we have you covered. Check out these great ideas to make the most of your month!
Overview: Did you know we get three more long weekends in 2020? Thanks to the Leap Year, all of our favorite holidays have landed on the perfect days – and now is the perfect time to plan ahead! Connecticut has many magnificent ways to get away for your extra days of play. Click below for a list of this year's long weekends and fun ways to spend them!
Overview: Discover dazzling holiday light displays all over Connecticut. Towns near you are turning on the magic!
Overview: See how much you know about how much there is to do in Connecticut! Take our short quiz to find out. Then, share your email address to be entered for a chance to win one of 6 CTvisit Prize Packs! Filled with prizes from all around the state — like hotel stays, dining gift cards, attraction tickets and more — they’re everything you need for the ultimate Connecticut experience!
Overview: Monday, May 27th is Memorial Day in Connecticut. Honor this American day of remembrance with a trip to one of Connecticut’s many historic museums. From Memorial Day through Labor Day, our military families visit for free.
Overview: Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 12, and we have all kinds of planning suggestions to help you show your mom, grandmother, or any loving woman in your life just how much she means to you, from Sunday brunch to flower festivals to a river cruise!
Overview: After the winter thaw, waterfalls across Connecticut are ready to start their springtime show. Pack a lunch and visit some of the state’s most beautiful falls with a short walk, a long hike, or in some cases, even a paddle.
Overview: Winter is the season to look out for bald eagles, especially at Connecticut’s many well-known wildlife viewing spots. From land, from the water, or even from a train, here are suggestions on how and where to spot these magnificent birds for yourself.
Overview: Visit towns across Connecticut as they dress up for the season with decorations, light displays and of course, the natural beauty of a New England winter. Happy Holidays from all of us at Connecticut Tourism!
Overview: Connecticut’s foliage season is the longest-lasting (and most diverse) in New England. So you don’t have to travel far to enjoy all things fall. Let the apple picking, pumpkin hunting and leaf peeping begin!
Overview: Thanks to everyone who helped us create an amazing bucket list for summer! Now let’s do the same for fall! Tell us which Connecticut experiences you’re looking forward to doing this fall, and we’ll share them at CTvisit.com and FOX61.com. What’s more, you may even see a few of your ideas featured on FOX61!
Overview: There’s no classic, late-summer experience quite like a country fair. The sights, sounds and smells conjure images of a time when life was a little simpler. Recapture the magic this summer at a few of Connecticut’s favorite fairs!
Overview: August in Connecticut is the perfect time for fresh New England lobster. So we asked our friends at CTEatsOut to share their favorite places for lobster rolls, whole lobsters, lobster bisque … plus clams, oysters and more!
Overview: Enjoy live music under a sunny blue sky or a sea of stars at one of the many outdoor concerts and music festivals happening around Connecticut this summer. Whether you like jazz, blues, country or classical, you’ll find a performance that’s music to your ears.
Overview: Connecticut is full of great things to do in summer, that’s why we’re making one big bucket list—with ideas submitted by you! Tell us which Connecticut experiences you’re looking forward to doing this summer, and we’ll share them at CTvisit.com and FOX61.com. What’s more, you may even see a few of your ideas on TV!
Overview: Summer is the perfect time of year to enjoy great dining with a side of fresh air. From oceanfront to riverside, cozy hideaways to crowd pleasers, we’ve got the inside track on the most interesting places for outside dining in Connecticut.
Overview: July 4th is a great time for fireworks. But in Connecticut, there are fireworks displays to be enjoyed throughout the summer. That’s why we thought we’d send this note a little before the holiday, so you can be sure to schedule your viewing activities and make the most of every pop, pow and sizzle.
Overview: Summer is almost officially here in Connecticut, and from the shoreline to the hills, you’ll find so many ways to travel less and experience more this June. For starters, check out our list of popular beaches on Long Island Sound. Then, scroll down for Father’s Day ideas and more!
Overview: Capturing the true character of the New England coast, Connecticut’s shoreline B&Bs and inns have a seaside style all their own. Whether you book a stay in a Victorian boutique-inspired guest house or a room that’s tucked inside a working lighthouse at the end of a marina, you’re sure to find the rest, relaxation and romance you’re looking for along the shore.
Overview: This one-day, statewide event is a celebration of all that’s great about Connecticut. It’s the perfect opportunity to check out a museum, attraction, art gallery, outdoor activity or historical site you’ve always wanted to visit. More than 230 destinations around the state are taking part, from well-known destinations to hidden gems.
Overview: A big Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings is one of those time-honored American traditions. These days, you don’t have to try to do it all yourself, with dozens of great Connecticut restaurants offering Thanksgiving Day seatings to fit your style, from buffet to gourmet.