Connecticut Science Center
The Connecticut Science Center is a great place for families and groups of kids to spend a day, and one that children will want to come back to time and time again.
Connecticut is home to attractions that can accommodate both indoor and outdoor activities. Schedule one of these attractions on your spring break to-do list this year.
When Thanksgiving leftovers are finally gone and the children start getting antsy, it’s time to head out for some serious fun. Connecticut is the perfect place to be during Thanksgiving break.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ The Connecticut Science Center in Hartford is announcing plans to enlarge its professional development programs for teachers. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is scheduled to join officials from the center Tuesday morning […]
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ The Connecticut Science Center in Hartford is launching a new initiative to encourage women’s participation in science, technology, engineering and math. The two-year program is scheduled to be announced Tuesday at […]
Here are some ways you can celebrate Star Wars Day in Connecticut this year. May the force be with you.
No matter why you’re in Connecticut, for a visit or the long haul, this area’s rich history and ample opportunities for a sunny day out make it ideal for families. Create lasting memories of learning experiences and explorations you just won’t find anywhere else. Be sure to bring the camera, these summer spots promise memories the whole family won’t want to forget.
Connecticut is brimming with spots to take that special someone for a first date — check out City Steam Brewery and Cafe, Agave Grill & Tequila Bar or the Connecticut Science Center.
It can be hard to find activities for the 5- to 8-year-old age group. Young kids in Connecticut are sure to find fun at the Flamig Farm, the Connecticut Science Center and the Hartford Children’s Theatre.
C&S chat with the President and CEO of the Connecticut Science Center, Matt Fleury.