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The state of Connecticut is filled with picturesque towns. That’s why so many artists, musicians, photographers and authors are drawn to them. And that’s exactly what makes them a great place to visit. Here are a few towns where you can explore galleries, studios, gardens, theaters and more, as well as great places to stay, eat and shop!
Featuring: Art Essex Gallery | B&B at Bartlett Farm | Bee & Thistle Inn & Spa | Carriage Barn Arts Center | Connecticut Art Trail | Connecticut River Artisans | Cooley Gallery | Cooper & Smith Gallery | Copper Beech Inn | Diane Birdsall Gallery | Florence Griswold Museum | Garden of Ideas | Grace Farms | Greene Art Gallery | Guilford Walking Tours | Ivoryton Playhouse | Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts | Lyme Art Association | Old Lyme Arts District | Ridgefield Guild of Artists | Ridgefield Playhouse | Ridgefield Theater Barn | Roger Sherman Inn | Silvermine Arts Center | Studio 80 + Sculpture Grounds | The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum | The Bird Nest Salon & Gallery | The Glass House | Town of Essex | Town of Guilford | Town of New Canaan | Town of Old Lyme | Town of Ridgefield | Weir Farm National Historic Site | West Lane Inn
How do you “fall”? In Connecticut, we’ve got so many ways to make the most of the fall season—all so close to each other. By day, you can enjoy scenic foliage views, pick-your-own apple orchards and pumpkin farms. By night, take a haunted tour or a zip-line through a dark forest. Here are just a few great ideas for visiting Connecticut this fall!
Featuring: Adventure Park at the Discovery Museum | Beardsley's Cider Mill & Orchard | Devil's Hopyard State Park | EMPOWER Leadership Sports & Adventure Center | Fields of Fire Adventure Park | Garden of Ideas | Kent Falls State Park | Lyman Orchards | Prudence Crandall Museum | Seaside Shadows Haunted History Tours | Sleeping Giant State Park | Studio 80 + Sculpture Grounds | Talcott Mountain State Park | The Sculpture Mile | The Shore Line Trolley Museum
Once the snow melts, springtime in Connecticut quickly takes hold, rewarding us with colorful gardens, open fields, flowering trees and wonderful spring festivals. In April and May, the cherry blossoms, tulips, daffodils and dogwoods come into bloom. Here are a few of the biggest and best viewing opportunities, as well as some suggestions for other places in Connecticut also beginning to bloom.
Featuring: Ansonia Nature & Recreation Center | Bartlett Arboretum & Gardens | City of Bridgeport | City of Meriden | City of New Haven | Connecticut College Arboretum | Cricket Hill Garden | Delamar Southport | Denison Homestead Museum - Pequotsepos Manor (1717) | Elizabeth Park Rose Gardens | Garden of Ideas | Gilbertie's Herb Gardens | Hollister House Garden | Housatonic Museum of Art | Hubbard Park & Castle Craig | Little Pub Fairfield | Meigs Point Nature Center | New Canaan Nature Center | Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale | Palmer Arboretum | Seaside Park | Taste of New Haven Tours | The Connecticut Pizza Trail | Town of Fairfield | Town of New Canaan | White Flower Farm | Yale Marsh Botanical Garden
Online article from Kids World (HAN Network) featuring free activities you can take part in within the towns of Ridgefield, Bridgeport, Newtown, Fairfield, Southbury, Litchfield, Wilton, West Hartford, East Haddam, Madison, Westport, East Lyme, Rocky Hill and New London.
Published Date: 2018-04-05
Featuring: Audubon Center at Bent of the River | City of Bridgeport | Dinosaur State Park | Elizabeth Park Rose Gardens | Fort Trumbull State Park | Garden of Ideas | Gillette Castle State Park | Hammonasset Beach State Park | Jennings Beach | Rocky Neck State Park | Sherwood Island State Park | Town of Fairfield | Town of Litchfield | Town of Newtown | Town of Ridgefield | Town of Southbury | Weir Farm National Historic Site | White Memorial Conservation Center Museum