- TripBuzz discovered 114 different types of activities for couples in the Stonington area, including Winery/Vineyard (like Saltwater Farm Vineyard), Lighthouses (like Old Lighthouse Museum), Arts & Crafts Classes (like Stonington Community Center) and Parks (like Cannon Square), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 203 date ideas in or near Stonington, Connecticut, including 195 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Westerly, Montauk, Groton and New London.
Paint Nite 152 Simsbury Road, Avon, CT MoreLess Info
Paint Nite invites guests to break away from a typical night out with the perfect cocktail of creativity and conversation.
Stonington, Connecticut is home to the Saltwater Farm Vineyard. Its tasting room is open during the spring, summer and early autumn months, but closed in winter. Saltwater Farm Vineyard offers a wine subscription club and welcomes visitors to its tasting room.
Visitors are always welcome at the Stonington Vineyards in Stonington, Connecticut. During spring, summer and fall, tours are available daily. The winery has limited hours in winter, and tours are restricted to the weekends during this time.
Featuring over a dozen vendors, Stonington Village Farmers' Market offers food items including local produce, baked and homemade goods, meats, seafood, jams and dairy products. The market also provides music, crafts, plants and an assortment of handmade items.
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7 Water Street, Stonington, CT 06378 MoreLess Info
Lighthouse Museum Stonington Historical Society is both a museum and lighthouse and visitors can also picnic on the stone benches outside. Those who climb to the top of the lighthouse tower can see Connecticut, New York and Rhode Island.
Hosting a variety of youth and adult programs, Stonington Community Center serves the local community with its recreational facilities. The complex has a thrift shop, pottery studio, tennis courts, and soccer fields.
The Denison Homestead Museum offers visitors the chance to learn about the history of the area on a 300-year-old family farm. The location hosts special events, a farm market, and offers genealogy resources.