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9 Best Cities in Connecticut for Traveling

Bindu swetha Nov 26, 2019
From mesmerizing wedding venues to many unique attractions and from several museums to exciting flea markets, the state of Connecticut in New England has many interesting cities to visit!
USS Nautilus - world's first nuclear-powered submarine was built in Groton in 1954.


Make some romantic memories at the Victorian B&Bs, go on a hiking trail with your partner, take your kids to the Maritime Aquarium for sea life viewing, spend time at the sand beach, visit the various science and art exhibits at Greenwich, the town on the coast of Long Island Sound!

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This capital city has the oldest American public museum - Wadsworth Atheneum, the oldest public park - Bushnell Park, and the oldest published newspaper - Hartford Courant!

Old Saybrook

The place where Yale University was founded as a Collegiate School, Old Saybrook is a go-to place for people of all ages.
Kids can enjoy playing mini golf at Saybrook point alongside visiting the historic Saybrook Breakwater Light. Catch a performance at the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center and Theater, or take a bike ride along the river!


The historic town of Stonington offers sightseeing spots such as Stonington Harbor, Fishers Island Sound, the Old Lighthouse Museum and the magnificent Victorian mansion.
You can do boating, kayaking or canoeing at the New England Science and Sailing. Don't forget to visit Stonington vineyards!


The old-fashioned villages of Guilford that are surrounded by mesmerizing grasslands, huge mansions, tree-lined streets will take you back in time.
The modern galleries, boutiques, museums such as the Henry Whitfield State Museum are worth visiting. A stroll at the Bittner Park or a wine tasting session at Bishop's Orchard will be a stress buster!

New Haven

The first planned city of America, New Haven, is green heaven! The shaded canopy of trees such as elm trees makes an Instagrammable site!

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History buffs will be delighted to visit the place as one can find a story attached to every property in the town! Plan your trip in a manner that you land at New Haven for the famous Jazz festival!


Though known as the home of ESPN, Bristol also has a lot of museums, massive green spaces, nature trails, an interpretive center among other spots! And not to forget, Bristol still hosts the annual Bristol Mum Festival.

New Britain

The Hardware City, New Britain, is also known for its rolling hills and young forests apart from the large manufacturing hubs located in the city. If you wish to chill a bit, you can visit the Repertory Theatre and the Symphony Orchestra.

Silver Sands State Park, Milford

Get set to find Captain Kidd's buried treasure at the Silver Sands State Park! Who knows you might just get lucky? Once you are done looking for the so-called treasure, you may spend time swimming and fishing.