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Quassy Amusement Park

Quassy Amusement Park in Middlebury, CT is a 20-acre family playground on Lake Quassapaug featuring more than two-dozen rides and attractions, including a beach, "Saturation Station" waterpark, the new "Wooden Warrior"

Middlebury, CT Amusement Parks

James Gallery & Soda Fountain

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Connecticut Freedom Trail, site of James Pharmacy, once operated by Anna L. James, the first licensed African-American woman pharmacist in the state. Historical displays, original artifacts and photographs, 1896

Old Saybrook, CT Historic Buildings

Stonecroft Country Inn

Country estate listed on the National Register of Historic Places with 13

Ledyard, CT Lodging

Hilltop Haven B&B

32-acre hilltop residence. Fireplaces, antiques, vaulted ceiling fieldstone library, Mandarin sunset sitting room, flagstone terrace. Two rooms, private bath, a/

West Cornwall, CT Bed and Breakfasts



The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

Twelve galleries accommodating contemporary art. Galleries include a screening room, sound gallery, space for larger artworks and installations. 100

Ridgefield, CT Museums


Pachaug

Backpack camping: reservations needed at least 2 weeks before intended stay, length of stay at any one location is limited to 1 night. Year-round primitive campsites, no pets. Horse camping: seasonal, sites available on a first-come, first-served basis. 18

Voluntown, CT Lodging

B.F. Clyde's Cider Mill

Cider is made by the last steam powered cider mill remaining in the U.S. and the oldest producer of hard cider, since 1881

Old Mystic, CT Historic Mills

The Garbage Museum

Environmental education facility with hands-on exhibits featuring "Trash-O-Saurus"

Stratford, CT Museums