Some popular destinations in Connecticut include...
Central Connecticut includes the capital city of Hartford, home to famous American
writers Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe and the 37 acre Bushnell Park. Founded
in 1636, this metropolitan city is flavored by a rich heritage. From historic
sites to famous homes to museums to amusement parks, you will find lots to keep
you amused in Hartford.
Come to Mystic, Connecticut and experience Americas
history at Mystic Seaport, view a world-class aquarium, and thrill at the excitement
of the casinos. Dine at fine restaurants and stay in a convenient hotels, quaint
inns or bed & breakfasts. Enjoy boating, sailing, fishing, or just relaxing
on the beach. Shop in the historic downtown, at Olde Mistick Village or Stonington.
Mystic is ideal for your family vacation.
New Haven, Connecticut, is a city that combines
New England charm with a robust cosmopolitan life, alive with world-class architecture
and memorable international cuisine. The city itself is a cornucopia of cultural
riches in the performing and visual arts and outstanding educational opportunities,
including Yale University, one of the most prestigious institutions in the world.
Bridgeport, nicknamed The Park City, is located in southeastern Fairfield County,
Connecticut and is the most populated city in Connecticut. Situated on Long
Island Sound, Bridgeport has much to offer such as the Captain's Cove Seaport,
one of Connecticut's premier tourist attractions, the Barnum Museum and the
Located in the rolling foothills of southwestern Connecticut, the historic city
of Danbury is adjacent to the Still River
in the Berkshire Hills bordering the Candlewood Lake resort area. Area attractions
include Candlewood Lake, Still River, Wooster Mountain State Park, Candlewood
Isle, Parks Pond, Eureka Lake, Waubeeka Lake, Mountain Pond, West Lake Reservoir,
Lake Kenosia and Boggs Pond.
The town of Madison, Connecticut features
Long Island Sound to the south and farms and woodlands to the north. Two state
parks are located in Madison, the Cockaponset State Forest in the northern portion
of town, and the Hammonasset State Park and Beach located on the southeastern
edge of Madison.