- TripBuzz found 259 things to do with kids in or near Niantic, Connecticut, including 249 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Montauk, Westerly, Groton and Mystic.
- From Children's Museum of Southeastern Connecticut to Black Hawk Fishing Boat, the Niantic area offers 115 different types of family activities, including: Fishing, Marinas, Children's Museums and Beaches.
- Located on Long Island Sound, the city of Niantic is a small beach town spanning just over three square miles. Popular with tourists, the riverfront area offers a prime location for swimming, fishing and boating, as well as a scenic local state park. Those looking to stay indoors can enjoy the towns casinos, boutique hotels and local eateries.
247 S Main St, Manchester, CT 6040 MoreLess Info
Created to inspire the creative minds of youth, the Lutz Children's Museum offers special programs and exhibits geared towards younger children. The museums exhibits include a hands on farming experience, a 1940's main street, live animal habitat and more.
86% 37 votes
2407 Main Street, Glastonbury, CT 6033 MoreLess Info
With hours each day of the week, the Welles-Turner Memorial Library is a resource for books, music, and movies for all ages. The library hosts special events and readings for specific audiences, book clubs, and Internet resources for public use.
Meriden Linear Trails is a developing network of linear trails that will connect all parts of the local community through multi-purpose walking and hiking trails. The aim is to provide safe means of non-motorized, recreational transportation around the community.
A lighted baseball field, lacrosse and soccer fields are a few of the amenities available to guests of Riverfront Park. Take one of the walking trails to enjoy views of the Connecticut River. A dog park is also available.
Mountain Fun is a climbing gym for beginners and younger visitors. The gym features a staff that is encouraging for those starting out, and offers assistance through the whole process from harnessing to climbing.
83% 84 votes
17 River St, East Haven, CT 6512 MoreLess Info
Nestled in East Haven, Connecticut, the Shore Line Trolley Museum offers a look back to the heydey of trolleys and streetcars. Patrons may purchase rides on a restored trolley or browse the museum.
83% 6 votes
177 Hartford Road, Manchester, CT 06040 MoreLess Info
A non-profit regional arts and cultural center, the Little Theatre of Manchester at Cheney Hall features a diverse line-up of events. It hosts main stage productions, play readings, art exhibits, a lunchtime lecture series, and community programs.