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Things to do in Connecticut
Avon - explore the first Governor's House Guards and Stables
Active since 1778 the First Governor’s House Guards are the oldest cavalry unit in the United States. They have been operating continuously and one of their claims to fame was in the hunt for Pancho Villa. There is plenty to see here with 30-40 horses along with their stables, drill field and outdoor rings. There are special shows held in June and October, so try to visit whilst these are on, to make you day really extra.
Bristol - ride the rollercoasters at historic Lake Compounce Amusement Park
Amusement parks all around the United States owe a lot to the Lake Compounce Amusement Park that opened in 1846 in Bristol. It was the first and is now the oldest park in the country. Although old it is still a world class destination, and has the fastest and longest wooden rollercoaster on the Eastern Seaboard, plus a classic 1911 antique carousel and the Mark Twain sternwheel paddleboat.
East Windsor - visit the Connecticut Trolley and Fire Museum
It’s always good when you can do 2 great museums in one day, and with the Connecticut Fire Museum and the Trolley Museum being side by side in East Windsor, here is an ideal opportunity to do just that. The Trolley Museum gives you the opportunity to ride on old style trolleys and busses, whilst the Fire Museum has examples of fire fighting equipment over the years. A really great place to visit when they hold an open day.
Farmington - walk around the Hill Stead Museum
A replica of an older period property the 1901 building that now houses the Hill-Stead Museum is over 33,000 square feet, and overlooks the valley below, from its hilltop perch. The inside is full of beautiful furnishings and paintings by world class painters, whilst the grounds offer great opportunities to walk around and look at the collection of trees that have been planted to enhance the beauty of the grounds, plus there is a beautifully designed sunken garden to look at.
Mystic - see the Beluga Whales at the Mystic Aquarium
Looking like they have a secret they do not want to share, the Beluga Whales at the Mystic Aquarium offer a great day out for the whole family. Being one of the largest displays of Beluga whales in the United States, there are 3 large windows where you can watch these magnificent animals, as they gallivant under water. Here you will learn more about their lives and sadly, shrinking habitats.
Mystic - wander around the Creamery Brook Bison farm
The Bison is an integral part of American history, and the Creamy Brook Bison Farm offers an ideal opportunity to see these magnificent animals up very close, and learn a little about their habits, as they wander around their open fields. As this is a working farm you can also purchase the meat that has been reared on the farm. It is guaranteed of being free of hormones and additives.
New Haven - expeirence apple picking
The climate in Connecticut makes it an ideal place for growing apples, and New Haven offers near perfect conditions for bumper crops, and high quality fruits. Freshness is of great importance when enjoying eating apples, so picking your own helps ensure both the freshness and the quality of the apples. It also makes for great fun when the whole family goes out for the day, and they pick the raw produce to make apple pie, just like mum used to.
New Haven - visit the grave of Midnight Mary
Connecticut has its fair share of mysteries and ghost stories. One of the stranger ones is the story of Midnight Mary, from New Haven. A visit to her grave in the Evergreen Cemetery shows that she died in 1872, but no one knows for sure how she died or why such strange things should happen around midnight. The most popular story is that she was buried alive by accident when her family thought she had died, but this has yet to be confirmed, and probably never will.
Stratford - enjoy a day at the National Helicopter Museum
Aviation enthusiasts will enjoy a great day out at the National Helicopter Museum in Stratford, where you can see the evolution of the helicopter, and the life of Igor Sikorsky. There are a number of different engines and frames to look at and learn about, and a cockpit from the revolutionary V22 Osprey swing wing. The museum is open from Memorial Day to mid October, but only on Wednesday to Saturday.
Stratford - take the family to the Children Garbage Museum
The Children Garbage Museum in Stratford is a great place to take the family to learn the importance of recycling, and cutting down on rubbish, in an informative, yet fun way. A great example is the Trash-O-Saurus which is a 24 foot dinosaur that is made completely of rubbish, and represents the amount of waste that a family produces in a single year. The odours coming from the recycling factory are a great favourite of certain members of the family.
Introduction of Connecticut
Just about everyone has heard how beautiful New England is during the autumn but, while that is also true of Connecticut, the state has many attractions that can be visited throughout the year. The state is split into several different counties with the Connecticut hotels in all areas providing visitors with many things to see and do; from the beaches scattered across the coast of Long Island Sound in the south to the wild, open spaces of Litchfield Hills in the North West, to the culture and history. Staying in the hotels in Connecticut you are sure to be close to great choices of restaurants, excellent shopping facilities, beautiful national parks and many museums and galleries. Whether you’re looking for a beach holiday, an adventure break or simply want to take in a show or spend a few hours in one of the state’s two casinos, the hotels in Connecticut will help to make your stay more enjoyable.