There are beautiful locations in Connecticut’s parks that provide scenic backdrop opportunities and often times are free to the public to enter.
While one playground was opening in Stamford at West Beach over the weekend in memory of Sandy Hook victim Jesse Lewis, a playground in Hartford’s Elizabeth Park for victim Ana Grace Marquez-Greene was vandalized.
A new playground named in honor of one of the Newtown school shooting victims is opening in Hartford.
If you’re looking to enjoy the outdoors, consider visiting one of these parks in Connecticut.
There’s something about these pyrotechnics that light up the night sky and burst into colorful designs that never fail to bring cheering from onlookers. The good news is that fireworks are no longer limited to celebrating the Fourth of July.
Be it proms, dates, engagements, weddings, births, festivals or holidays, there is a beautiful background for all photographs.
Check out the best outdoor concerts coming to Connecticut this summer.
Across Connecticut, families and romancers alike love this area for its scenic picnic locations. State parks provide shoreline and waterfront views, and local vineyards combine wine with delicious foods to create a romantic getaway from life’s daily stressors. Pack those picnic baskets to enjoy hilltop views and ocean breezes at Connecticut’s best spots for a picnic.
Repairs are getting underway, for a landmark rose garden near the Hartford-West Hartford town line.
The Pond House Café is housed in a building that used to be home to the snack bar in the heart of Hartford’s venerable Elizabeth Park. While a small snack bar still exists at a window on the exterior of the building, I am still nostalgic for boxes of cracker jacks and salty popcorn as I enter the café. However, what awaits you now within the Pond House far excels the old snack selections sold!