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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
Watch how maple syrup is made at this family-owned maple sugar house.
Come enjoy our five-acre Animal Farm, visit our Country Market and pick your own fruit and berries.
Cut your Christmas tree farm. Feel free to bring your dog if he/she is a sociable dog with people and other dogs. Also, bring a picnic lunch and... More
Our site operates an organic vegetable farm and holds events and workshops spring through fall, inviting the public to enjoy the outdoors and... More
Cut your own Christmas tree and buy maple syrup in season at this Southbury farm.
Cut your own Christmas tree farm.
This 7-acre display garden and nursery grows rare and unusual peonies as well as perennial landscape edibles. We are a small family business... More
Come see where some of New England's finest maple syrup and other maple products are made, along with organically grown fruit and vegetables in... More
120-acre producing farm providing hands-on science experiences. Farm animals, pick-your-own blueberries, raspberries; cut Christmas trees in... More
Did you know that the "maple syrup" served with your pancakes in a lot of breakfast spots may be anything but? When it
Nothing makes the holidays feel more like the holidays than cutting down your own Christmas tree! Throughout November
Connecticut has a long-standing reputation for fine dining, as well as a strong farming heritage. Many of the
Discover Mystic Country, one delicious dish at a time with Foodie Finds. From the traditional New England seafood fare
End of February and throughout March is the maple sugar season in Connecticut! Cold nights and warm, sunny days are
Looking for the real thing? Get out on this unique road trip that will take you to an array of talented Connecticut
One way to enjoy a relaxing stay in Connecticut is to explore its many outlets for fresh, native foods. In the last 10
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