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Wineries & Breweries
International award-winning winery on a 40 acre estate with 22 acres of vineyard. Classic European varieties and French-American hybrids are grown. Now the first completely solar powered winery in New
|Town of East Lyme|
The village of Niantic was named first-ever Fan Favorite "Still Revolutionary" town of the year in 2013. Located along the Long Island Sound, the town offers public beaches and cultural activities.
|Town of Franklin|
Franklin is mostly rural, with industry mainly focused on the south end of town, and an emphasis placed on preserving the agricultural roots. The "Seven Hills" provide far-reaching views.
|City of Groton|
A place in rich history where families enjoy seaside recreation in a small New England town and bounded by the Thames River and Long Island Sound.
From exploring a legendary lighthouse or trawling for sea creatures, take a journey aboard this floating classroom for a unique on-the-water experience. Reservations required.
|Town of Lebanon|
A miles in length and with a major portion still in agricultural use, the Lebanon Green is unique because of its size, its preservation as an example of an early town settlement.
|Town of Ledyard|
Located along the Thames River, the town is named after Colonel William Ledyard, a Revolutionary War soldier who was killed with his own saber after surrendering to the British.
|Town of Lisbon|
Community with many historic homes and churches, with the first state's railroad tunnel and one-way vehicle tunnel.
|Nehantic State Forest|
Parks & Forests
Discover the first state forest in New London County with boating, hiking, letterboxing, picnicking, swimming and hunting.
|Eastern Regional Tourism District|
Provides visitor and meeting information for 42 cities and towns for the Eastern region of the state.
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