From rich historical sites to casino gaming to world-class spa resorts, Connecticut packs super vacations into a small space! And don't forget the must-see annual migrations of the bald eagle!
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Many intriguing structures and pristine architecture preserve Connecticut's legacy. The one most immediately credited to its tenant: Hartford's Mark Twain house. Twain and his family lived in the Gothic landmark from 1874 to 1891, a span the author called the happiest and most productive period of his life. Twain wrote The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and other classic works in his third-floor billiard room.
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Center of Connecticut
Download our free Greater Hartford & Connecticut’s River Valley and Greater New Haven visitors guides, and a variety of colorful brochures and discount packages at CenterofCT.com, or call 860-787-9640.
Central Regional Tourism District
Here’s a revolutionary idea. This fall, get away to Connecticut, where you can do a whole lot more, all while traveling a whole lot less. Discover 52 getaways filled with the best ways to spend your cool autumn days at CTvisit.com.
Connecticut River Museum
67 Main Street on the Essex Waterfront. 860-767-8269, CTRiverMuseum.org
Connecticut Science Center
250 Columbus Blvd, Hartford, CT 06103. 860-724-3623, CTScienceCenter.org
Crowne Plaza Hartford South Cromwell
100 Berlin Road, Cromwell, CT 06416. 860-635-2000, CromwellCP.com
Crowne Plaza Hartford/Cromwell
Our $159 rate includes a stay for up to four people, plus four tickets to the Lyman Orchards Corn Maze! Call 860-807-2450 or email cromwellcp.com.
Delamar Greenwich Harbor
Delamar Greenwich Harbor and Delamar Southport are boutique, luxury hotels seemingly designed for romance. thedelamar.com
Discovery Museum and Planetarium
4450 Park Avenue, Bridgeport, CT 06604. 203-372-3521, DiscoveryMuseum.org
Doubletree by Hilton Bristol
Convenient to Exit 31 I-84, the ideal place to stay when fall foliage touring, winter skiing, or visiting Central Connecticut museums and attractions. DoubleTreeBristol.com
EMPOWER Leadership Sports & Adventure Center
Middletown, CT. 860-638-4754, LeadershipSports.com
Nearby….coast and country. In Fairfield County, the blend of city, coast and country come together for an authentic New England experience. Early American history, a fascinating maritime heritage, magnificent waterfronts, vibrant city centers and peaceful countryside make this a perfect area to visit and so easy to get to by car, train or ferry. Free guide and map at 800-663-1273 or visitfairfieldcountyct.com.
Fairfield Museum and History Center
Exploring 375 Years of our Past. For information, visit fairfieldhistory.org or call 203-259-1598.
Florence Griswold Museum
96 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT. 860-434-5542, FlorenceGriswoldMuseum.org
Foxwoods® Resort Casino
Foxwoods Resort Casino is your fall fantasy destination. Learn more at foxwoods.com.
35 Mountain Road, Farmington. 860-677-4787, Hillstead.org
Holiday Inn Bridgeport
1070 Main Street, Bridgeport. 203-334-1234, HIBridgeport.com
Howard Johnson - Mystic
253 Greenmanville Ave., Mystic, CT. 860-536-2654, MysticHotels.com
Inn at Mystic
Enjoy our unexpected blend of charm and sophisticated comfort. InnatMystic.com, 860-536-9604
Knights of Columbus Museum
One State Street, New Haven. 203-865-0400, KOfCMuseum.org
When you're ready to unwind. In Litchfield Hills, nature, farms and first-class culture combine to offer the ideal place to unwind from urban stress. Experience the tranquility of our lakes and rivers. For a free 154-page Unwind Guide, call 800-663-1273 or visit litchfieldhills.com.
32 Reeds Gap Road, Middlefield, CT. 860-349-1793, MyLyman.com
Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk
10 N. Water St., Norwalk, CT 06854. 203-852-0700, MaritimeAquarium.org
Mashantucket Pequot Museum
The world’s largest Native American museum offers family activities including a powwow, multicultural bazaar and an observation tower. Handicapped accessible. pequotmuseum.org
Mohegan Sun is the perfect fall family getaway. Discover entertainment for all. Visit mohegansun.com or call 877-204-7100.
Mount Southington Ski Area
Conveniently nestled in central CT. Mount Southington offers a full range of terrain for all skiers and riders to enjoy - day or night! mountsouthington.com, 860-628-0954
Join us on Sept. 27 as we Celebrate the Sound with a day full of activities and hands-on fun. mysticaquarium.org
Escape to the quiet technicolor trails and prepare to be wowed by scenery so rich in New England character. Visit mystic.org.
Join us in October for some fabulous fun-filled fall events. mysticseaport.org
New Milford is an authentic blend of nature, farms and country living. Visit newmilford.org/tourism for more information.
Ocean Beach Park
1225 Ocean Avenue, New London, CT 06320. 860-447-3031, Ocean-Beach-Park.com
Quassy Amusement Park
Route 64, Middlebury, CT. 203-758-2913, Quassy.com
Railroad Museum of New England
242 East Main Street, Thomaston, CT 06787. 860-283-7245, rmne.org
Saybrook Point Inn
Connecticut’s waterfront getaway. Call 860-395-2000 or visit saybrook.com for more information.
Saybrook Point Inn & Spa
2 Bridge Street, Old Saybrook, CT. 800-243-0212, Saybrook.com
Stamford Museum & Nature Center
Summer fun awaits you. Visit the Stamford Museum & Nature Center and discover Heckscher Farm, a New England working farm, or explore more than 80 acres of nature trails. Soar down slides on Nature's Playground and play in a tree house. Enjoy the latest exhibition in the museum's galleries or gaze at the stars in the observatory. stamfordmuseum.org, 203-322-1646
Stepping Stones Museum
Matthews Park, 303 West Avenue, Norwalk, CT.
The Inn at Harbor Hill Marina
60 Grand Street, Niantic, CT 06357 860-739-0331, InnHarborHill.com
The Last Green Valley
The Spa at Norwich Inn
607 West Thames Street, Norwich, CT 06360. 800-275-4772, TheSpaAtNorwichInn.com
Waterford Hotel Group
350 South Main, Middletown, CT. 860-347-5925, WesleyanPotters.com