- TripBuzz found 378 things to do with kids in or near Greenwich, Connecticut, including 366 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bronx, Flushing, Norwalk and Queens.
- From Greenwich Skating Club to Magic Touch Fishing, Inc., the Greenwich area offers 117 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Skating Rinks and Movie Theaters.
- Located in the southernmost and westernmost corner of Connecticut lies the city of Greenwich. The city is home to a community sailing center, as well as four beaches on Long Island Sound. The arts, music and film culture scene is popular, hosting various film and arts festivals throughout the year.
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144 W Main Street, Waterbury, CT 6702 MoreLess Info
Mattatuck Museum of Mattatuck Historical Society preserves the history of Connecticut anciently known as Mattatuck. The Museum collects, preserves, studies and exhibits American art and history with a focus on the art and cultural history of Connecticut.
From musicals to comedies, First Avenue Playhouse hosts dinner theater events for the community. In addition to performing well known plays, the playhouse also features original theater productions from local writers.
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20 Ellis Street, Staten Island, NY 10307 MoreLess Info
Pinot's Palette Staten Island offers a paint, drink experience. Patrons will create any number of festive, whimsical and beautiful paintings while sipping on their favorite wine or beer from Pinotâ€™s Paletteâ€™s bar and no art experience is required.
100 East Main Street, Waterbury, CT 06702 MoreLess Info
Waterbury's Palace Theater is an ornate, inviting theater and performance space that presents a packed annual schedule of plays, musicals, concerts, comedy programs, dance presentations and other cultural offerings. Tours of the theater are also available.
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Brass Mill Cmns, 175 Union Street, Waterbury, CT 06702 MoreLess Info
Timexpo - The Timex Museum has over three floors of exhibits about timekeeping and watches. Exhibits at the museum include Timex advertisements, exhibits about Polynesian travel, and examples of antique clocks and watches.
Stretching horizontally across Branford, Connecticut, the Route 146 Scenic Drive affords breathtaking coastal views. The route is accessible to passenger vehicles and bicycles and provides convenient entry to the Stony Creek Harbor.