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Apple Festival

Saturday, Sep 26, 2020 from 10:00am to 5:00pm
Browns Harvest
Windsor, CT
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Apple Festival

Apple Festival

Sunday, Sep 27, 2020 from 10:00am to 5:00pm
Browns Harvest
Windsor, CT
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Apple Festival

Enfield Fall Festival

Saturday, Oct 3, 2020 from 10:00am to 4:00pm
Enfield Town Green
Enfield, CT
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Enfield Fall Festival
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The Zanger Company

21B Kenny Roberts Memorial Drive
Suffield, CT
The Zanger Company is an attraction that has opened its warehouse showroom to the public to enjoy and buy the richly colored Polish stoneware and p...
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New England Air Museum

New England Air Museum
36 Perimeter Road
Windsor Locks, CT
New England Air Museum is one of Connecticut's most interesting attractions. It houses more than 80 aircraft and an extensive collection of engines...
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Northwest Park

Northwest Park
145 Lang Rd
Windsor, CT
About Us: Northwest Park! Located in historic Windsor, Connecticut, USA, the park is a 473-acre multi-recreational facility operated by the Town o...
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Connecticut Trolley Museum

Connecticut Trolley Museum
58 North Road
East Windsor, CT
The Connecticut Electric Railway Association, Inc. is the owner and operator of The Connecticut Trolley Museum. Founded in October 1940, it is the ...
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Vintage Radio And Communications Museum Of Connecticut

Vintage Radio And Communications Museum Of Connecticut
115 Pierson Lane
Windsor, CT
About Us:Since 1991, our museum has been dedicated to educating the public about the history of electronic communications, with a particular focus ...
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Bounce Town

97 Commerce Way
South Windsor, CT
Our goal is to make every child and parent feel special by creating a fun, clean, safe, climate controlled indoor environment where they can have t...
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Old New-Gate Prison And Copper Mine

Old New-Gate Prison And Copper Mine
115 Newgate Road
East Granby, CT
The presence of copper ore here was noted in 1705 and the site became one of the first commercial mines in the British Colonies. It was not a money...
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Nomads Adventure Quest

100 Bidwell Road
South Windsor, CT
Nomads Adventure Quest is a Fun New Indoor Family Fun and Entertainment Center that the Whole Family can enjoy. this 65,000 square foot family adve...
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International Skating Center of Connecticut

International Skating Center of Connecticut
1375 Hopmeadow Street
Simsbury, CT
The International Skating Center of Connecticut is a world class, twin-rink training facility located in Simsbury, Connecticut.With our dual ice su...
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Bushnell Park Foundation

31 Pratt Street # 3
Hartford, CT
At his death in 1876, the Rev. Horace Bushnell, pastor of Hartford's North Congregational Church (now Immanuel Congregational), was Hartford's most...
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Simsbury Skate Park

Simsbury Skate Park
Memorial Park Complex on Plank Hill Road
Simsbury, CT
The skatepark is available for party rentals, please call 658-3836 for more information. The park is open for skateboarding and in-line skating onl...
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Heublein Tower

Heublein Tower
5 Huckleberry Ln, Simsbury
Simsbury, CT
Gilbert F. Heublein was a celebrated German-born hotelier and restaurateur in Hartford, Connecticut as well as an innovator in the American gourmet...
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Old State House

Old State House
800 Main Street
Hartford, CT
The Old State House Association is a nonprofit association that was formed in 1975 to protect and preserve the site and the building in Hartford, C...
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Connecticut Science Center

Connecticut Science Center
250 Columbus Boulevard
Hartford, CT
Our Mission and Values The Connecticut Science Center is dedicated to inspiring lifelong learning through interactive and innovative experiences th...
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The Ancient Burying Ground

60 Gold Street
Hartford, CT
The Ancient Burying Ground is the oldest historic site in Hartford, and the only one surviving from the 1600s. From 1640, four years after thearriv...
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