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Thrill-seekers find many ways to zip, slip, slide and glide.
Featuring: Adventure Park at Storrs | Adventure Park at the Discovery Museum | Brownstone Exploration & Discovery Park | Empower Adventure Park at Nomads | Escape 101 | IT Adventure Ropes Course | Lake Compounce Theme Park | Mystified Escape Rooms | Prime Climb Mountain Fun | Pursue the Clues | Quassy Amusement & Waterpark | The Dinosaur Place at Nature's Art Village
Home of Yale University and America’s best pizza, New Haven is a rarity these days—a modern, vibrant city with a passionate connection to its historic past. Whether they’re students or longtime locals, city residents are proud of its pedigree—both as an internationally recognized educational center and a hub for art, science and history museums. And its energetic, inclusive vibe has created a lively culture of international cuisines and communities. So, if you want to experience New Haven like a local, start with the suggestions below.
Featuring: Amtrak | BAR | Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library | Book Trader Café | College Street Music Hall | Courtyard by Marriott at Yale - New Haven | Elm City Party Bike | Escape New Haven | IT Adventure Ropes Course | Lighthouse Point Park | Modern Apizza | New Haven Hotel | New Haven Village Suites | Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale | Pacifico | The Owl Shop | The Study at Yale | Tweed New Haven Regional Airport | Union Station | Yale Collection of Musical Instruments
Everyone knows kids who spend the winter months cooped up inside need somewhere to go to burn off all that energy. Good thing we’ve got a few high-activity places in Connecticut where kids can have a blast jumping, climbing and racing, too! Watching them hang from rock walls, swing on ropes and jump on trampolines, you might even have as much fun as they do. Check out these great indoor activity spots for kids in Connecticut!
Featuring: Chelsea Piers Connecticut | City Climb Gym | Flight Fit N Fun | IT Adventure Ropes Course | Launch Trampoline Park | Nomads Adventure Quest | On Track Karting | Prime Climb Mountain Fun | R&B Sports World | Rock Climb Fairfield | Rockin' Jump Trampoline Park - Trumbull | Sky Zone - Bethel | Sky Zone - Norwalk | Soarin' Indoors | SportsCenter of Connecticut | Stone Age Rock Gym | Supercharged Powered by Mohegan Sun - Indoor Karting & Trampoline Park
Have you seen the movie “Night at the Museum”? What if you could spend a night in an aquarium? Or a science center? Or a tipi? Connecticut has so many amazing things to do when the sun shines, you might be surprised to find out how many cool things there are to do after the sun goes down. These are just a few of the great ideas for family fun after dark in Connecticut. Be sure to check each location’s website for upcoming event dates and times.
Featuring: Adventure Park at the Discovery Museum | Bear Creek Campground at Lake Compounce | Connecticut Science Center | Empower Adventure Park at Nomads | Essex Clipper Dinner Train | IT Adventure Ropes Course | Mansfield Drive-In Theatre & Marketplace | Mystic Aquarium | The Mark Twain House & Museum
Whatever the weather is like outside, the fun is nonstop inside — at all these indoor adventure sites around Connecticut. Who knew you could zipline indoors? Or, try rock climbing any time of the year?
Featuring: Adventure Rooms - Premier Room Escape | Escape New Haven | Golf Quest Family Sports Center | High Rollers Luxury Lanes & Lounge | IT Adventure Ropes Course | Nomads Adventure Quest | On Track Karting | Pine & Iron Axe Throwing - Hartford | Prime Climb Mountain Fun | Soarin' Indoors
Nothing makes the holidays feel more like the holidays than cutting down your own Christmas tree! Throughout November and December, many Connecticut farms also offer additional activities to make the experience even more memorable — from wagon rides to the fields and tree-trimming shops to hot chocolate and visits from Santa’s helpers. So dress warm, bring your kids and your dog (on a leash, of course) and visit a few of these Connecticut Christmas tree farms.
Featuring: Allen Hill Farm | AmericInn by Wyndham Griswold |