- TripBuzz discovered 109 different types of activities for couples in the Simsbury area, including Movie Theaters (like Hoyts Simsbury Commons 8), Parks (like Pinchot Sycamore Tree Park), Hiking Trails (like Talcott Mountain State Park) and Bowling (like Blue Fox Rock & Bowl Llc), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 285 date ideas in or near Simsbury, Connecticut, including 272 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hartford, West Hartford, Springfield and Manchester.
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Smith Cove, 113 Oswegatchie Hills Road, Niantic, CT 06357 MoreLess Info
Three Belles Marina is a full service boat marina on the Smith Cove. The marina offers access to a variety of fishing and boating grounds and features a fish cleaning station and picnic and grilling areas.
Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo has some rare animals, including tigers, along with a barnyard, wolf exhibit, and a prairie dog habitat among other features. Peacocks wander the grounds freely and visitors can even ride the camel.
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1465 Barnum Avenue, Stratford, CT 06614 MoreLess Info
An old-style bowling alley, Barnum Duckpin Bowling Lanes & Duckpin Lounge offers multiple lanes of duckpin bowling as well as a full service Italian restaurant and bar. The restaurant serves a wide variety of pizzas, including clams casino and meatball.
Nestled in charming Bridgeport, Connecticut, the Beardsley Zoo is the only one in the state. It features exotic birds, big cats, reptiles and many other fascinating creatures. The zoo welcomes school groups and hosts summer camps for kids and teens.
Bibliophiles adore The Book Barn in Niantic, Connecticut. The company has three locations in coastal Connecticut and stocks almost one million books between them. Visitors should plan to spend at least several hours here.
Academy Hill is a community park and veteran's memorial in Stratford's Historic District. The memorial features an open field where a variety of colonial re-enactments are held in addition to several other large monuments.
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967 Academy Hill, Stratford, CT 06615 MoreLess Info
Built in 1750, the preserved Stratford Historical Society Capt David Judson House today has tours that demonstrate life in the 18th century. The house contains period furniture and the attached museum has many items from the era and beyond.
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5151 Park Avenue, Fairfield, CT 6604 MoreLess Info
The Edgerton Center for the Performing Arts is a community theater organization that has facilities that are available to rent for community gatherings or birthday parties. The center presents live plays as well as musical concerts.