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Famous Movies Filmed in Connecticut

10 Famous Movies Filmed in Connecticut

Connecticut has always been a favorite location for filmmakers, in fact, quite a few Academy Award-nominated productions have filmed here. The variety and diversity of locations available, coupled with a helpful Film Office, makes the state ideal for television, film and digital shoots. It was difficult to narrow down the list, but here are some of the more well-known movies you may recognize—and the Connecticut towns that played a role.

Featuring: City of Bridgeport | City of Norwalk | City of Shelton | City of Stamford | City of Waterbury | Essex Steam Train & Riverboat | Lake Compounce Theme Park | Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum (c.1864) | Mohegan Sun | Mystic Pizza | Mystic Seaport Museum | Town of Beacon Falls | Town of Bethel | Town of Darien | Town of Farmington | Town of Greenwich | Town of New Canaan | Town of Redding | Town of Trumbull | Yale University Visitor Center

Connecticut Hikes

Hike 8 of Connecticut’s Coolest Treks

Whether passing through forests, along mountain ridges or in wetland preserves, Connecticut’s hiking trails offer a range of things to experience, from soaring views and lush scenery to winding rivers and even a waterfall or two. So we got some advice from someone who knows them well. Rob McWilliams is an avid hiker who details his four-season adventures on western and central Connecticut trails in his blog, McWilliams Takes a Hike. He shared a few of his favorite hikes with us, along with tips on what to look for, how to get there and even where to park (including GPS coordinates).

Featuring: Lake Waramaug State Park | Lucius Pond Ordway/Devil's Den Preserve | Mount Riga State Park | New England National Scenic Trail | People's State Forest | Timberlands Trails | Town of Guilford | Town of Redding | Town of Sharon

Cider Donuts!

7 Connecticut Towns for Fall Family Fun

Meet the CT Ambassadors! CTvisit.com is proud to partner with some of Connecticut’s most popular bloggers for ideas, insights and inspirations from the people who are lucky enough to call Connecticut home, like blogger Mommy Poppins.

From apple picking to leaf peeping, fall in Connecticut is made for family fun!  The perfect fall weekend is a mixture of quality time with the family, festivals, farms, and tons of fresh air. Connecticut has enough Fall fun to fill up an entire weekend and then some. From cider in Mystic to the farms of Easton, every corner of the Nutmeg State exudes autumnal charm just begging to be explored. Make sure to check out Mommy Poppins for more fun things to do in Connecticut this fall

Featuring: B.F. Clyde's Cider Mill | Bishop's Orchards Farm Market & Winery | Breck Marshall at Mystic Seaport | Ellsworth Hill Orchard & Berry Farm | Flamig Farm | Gozzi's Turkey Farm | Mystic Seaport Museum | Silverman's Farm | Talcott Mountain State Park | The Place | Town of Cornwall | Town of Easton | Town of Guilford | Town of Mystic | Town of Redding | Town of Simsbury | West Cornwall Covered Bridge

All Things Maple

All Things Maple

Maple season is a wonderful time in Connecticut! From early February to late March, you can find Connecticut maple farms hard at work tapping the state’s first agricultural product – and you can find all of Connecticut celebrating alongside them. From fun events, to syrup farms, to signature maple treats, Connecticut is marvelously maple. So, make it a maple day (or month) and check out these great ways to celebrate maple season in Connecticut.

Featuring: A.C. Petersen Farms | Ansonia Nature & Recreation Center | Audubon Sharon | Bats of Bedlam Maple Farm | City of Bristol | City of Norwalk | City of Stamford | Dish Bar & Grill | Flanders Nature Center/Land Trust | Geronimo Bar & Grill | Hungry Tiger Music Club & Cafe | Hydeville Sugar Shack | Institute for American Indian Studies | John Davenport's Restaurant | Lamothe's Sugar House | Litchfield Distillery | New Canaan Nature Center | Northwest Park & Nature Center | Roaring Brook Nature Center | Stamford Museum & Nature Center | Stanley-Whitman House | Sweet Wind Farm Sugarhouse & Farm Stand | The Corner Restaurant | The Dudley Farm Museum | The Sloppy Waffle (Bloomfield) | The Sloppy Waffle (Newington) | The Vanilla Bean Café | Town of East Lyme | Town of Fairfield | Town of Glastonbury | Town of Hebron | Town of Manchester | Town of New Milford | Town of New Milford | Town of Plymouth | Town of Redding | Town of Westport | Town of Woodbury

Pick Your Own

Pick Your Own in Connecticut

No matter the season, you'll find farm fresh goods popping up all over Connecticut! What better way to enjoy it than to pick your own? Take a trip to the farm, find your favorite fruits and flowers and bring them home for farm fresh baking and a stunning centerpie