- 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.
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39 Front St, Hartford, CT 06103 MoreLess Info
Not your typical movie going experience, the Spotlight Theatres Front Street Stadium 4, features comfortable stadium seating and the latest first run movies. Setting this venue apart is the on-site Bistro allowing you to eat a meal while watching the film.
T-Bowl Duckpin Lanes/Bowlg Alleys is a family fun center that offers a variety of amenities. In addition to the largest duckpin bowling facilities in the country, it offers laser tag and an array of video games.
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Behind Southern Storefronts on Main Street, Riverhead, NY 11901 MoreLess Info
Ammann Riverfront Park is a public park facility located along the banks of the Peconic River. Amenities at the park include two gazebos, boat docks, picnic areas, and waterfront benches that provide visitors scenic views.
Located in Wethersfield, Connecticut, the Wethersfield Cove is a small, sheltered inlet that is a popular launch location for small watercraft. It is the town's most popular fishing spot and is home to the Wethersfield Cove Yacht Club.
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60 Prospect Street, Newington, CT 6111 MoreLess Info
Consisting of six plexi-pave tennis courts, Tennis Center Newington-Wethersfield offers programs for improving tennis performance and a pro shop to purchase equipment from. The center hosts weekly tournaments that members can participate in.
Meriden's Hubbard Park, sometimes called Hubbard State Park, is a municipal area with free amenities for visitors. The park spans 1800 acres. Its central feature is a stone tower that rises more than 30 feet into the air and affords gorgeous views of the surrounding landscape.