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The world's only zipline off a 33 story hotel tower! Breathtaking fun for everyone.
A cooperative, real-life adventure space where nothing is as it seems. You and your team are trapped; you have 60 minutes to escape a room by... More
On Track Karting offers one of the longest and fastest indoor kart tracks in the country. With high performance karting for both adults (16+) and... More
Experience the world’s largest indoor ropes course attraction inside Jordan’s Furniture. Continue the adventure on four 180’ long zip lines,... More
One of New England's largest indoor family entertainment facilities, with more than 65,000 square feet of fun for kids of all ages.
An "aerial forest rope park," featuring zip lines and challenge bridges between platforms. Different challenge levels, from beginner to advanced.... More
The ultimate outdoor adventure sports park has rock climbing, wakeboarding, swimming, kayaking, snorkeling, cliff jumping, scuba diving, team... More
A Connecticut favorite, this traditional family amusement park is home to a wooden roller coaster, "Splash Away Bay" waterpark, and other rides... More
The state's only zoo features primarily North and South American animals including several endangered species, a tropical rainforest with free-... More
New England's Family Theme and Water Park has more than 50 thrilling rides and attractions, including Crocodile Cove, Connecticut's largest... More
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