Escape the hustle and bustle with a relaxing, romantic getaway or get in the action of dog sledding and indoor wave pools. The perfect holiday escape is at your fingertips.
Local shops around the state allow your creativity to burst in making that perfect gift. Check out these tips to creating your own masterpieces this holiday season.
Add gloves and a warm jacket to your list. Connecticut offers both indoor and outdoor skating rinks across the state as ice skating is a winter activity to enjoy all season long. Public skating, skate lessons, hockey and even speed skating are offered at many of these local rinks. Lace up your skates and bring your family to one of these Connecticut favorites.
Across the state, new and seasoned members are meeting their exercise goals through CrossFit programs.
What better way to celebrate Halloween than with a walk through a haunted cemetery?. A Connecticut city near you is offering seasonal opportunities to grab a flashlight and test your nerves.
Enjoy a weekend away at West Point, indulging in great history, food and sights.
The Essex Steam Train promises beautiful views of local landscapes and landmarks on a journey like none other. Specialized events for adults and children throughout the summer promise something for everyone. Water lovers may combine their travels with a land and sea adventure, so choose accordingly and make this one into the perfect one-tank trip.
Top designer and sporting glasses stock the shelves of these stores. Whether you want to mimic the styles of one of Hollywood’s starlets or a New York fashionista, or you’re an outdoors man or woman looking for sports eyewear, Connecticut has some great area shops to suit your needs.
New London hosted OpSail 2000 in July of 2000 when nearly one million visitors traveled to the shoreline of Connecticut to sneak a peek at the sailing vessels and partake in festival events. More than 40 tall ships from 14 different countries anchored in the harbor. This year New London will once again have the honor of being the last stop of the National OpSail 2012.
Wether you’re an antique pro or a beginner, these antique store owners are here to help you find the treasures you’ve been searching for.