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Why do we say “Find Fall Faster” in Connecticut? Because Connecticut puts New England’s richest fall experiences within easy reach, without the... More
Take a boat ride into history and nature. The Norwalk Seaport Association’s Friends of the Norwalk Islands offers a cultural, environmental, and... More
The site of the Continental Army's 1779 winter encampment under the command of General Israel Putnam consists of remains of the encampment,... More
Gothic Revival style monument, built by local artisans and craftsmen, a standing reminder for all citizens of every age of the dedication of all... More
The Glass House, built between 1949 and 1995 by architect Philip Johnson, is a site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation located in New... More
At the Museum of Connecticut History, you’ll find fascinating exhibits that trace the growth of the State and its role in the development of the... More
National Park Service site. Served as the home and workplace of prominent American artists Julian Alden Weir, Mahonri Young, and Sperry Andrews.... More
Imaginations soar at New England Air Museum, the largest aviation museum in the northeastern United States with 80 aircraft featured in three... More
Guided one-hour walking tours of historic campus where Nathan Hale, William Howard Taft and Noah Webster studied.
Founded in 1825, CHS has interactive, educational exhibits, family and youth programs, special events and a significant library and research... More
From historic to artistic, one-of-a-kind structures to celebrated work by well-known architects, you will find so many
Connecticut is home to hundreds of museums and historic sites, showcasing everything from classical to contemporary
By Stephen Wood
Follow these links to Connecticut's past where history comes alive.
By Traci L. Suppa
Calling all kids: these Connecticut playgrounds were built for you.
Connecticut is home to towns and cities rich with history. From the Native Americans to the earliest European settlers,
Home of Yale University and America’s best pizza, New Haven is a rarity these days—a modern, vibrant city with a
Nothing strengthens bonds and builds long-lasting memories better than spending time with grandparents. But in today’s
In Connecticut, our lighthouses are one of a kind. If you’re planning a coastal adventure or just looking for a
Ok, so these are not all technically castles, but we think these Connecticut estates and mansions were all built with a
Connecticut is located halfway between Boston and New York City. That’s what makes it such an easy place to visit.
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