- 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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900 Phenix Avenue, Cranston, RI 2921 MoreLess Info
At Cranston Veteran's Memorial Ice Rink, visitors can join others on an indoor rink during public skating hours. The rink also hosts public hockey sessions for all ages, as well as stick and puck hours for hockey players.
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Northwest Park, 135 Lang Road, Windsor, CT 6095 MoreLess Info
For a unique tour, visitors to the Windsor area enjoy touring the Luddy/Taylor Connecticut Valley Tobacco Museum. The museum includes a refurbished tobacco shed and a museum archive, both displaying artifacts and documents on the areas tobacco industry.
Located along the water, Warwick City Park can be used for swimming, baseball, basketball, hiking, biking and bird watching. The park provides beach access, a children's playground, three miles of paved trails, a dog park and picnic areas.
Located in Bristol, Connecticut, The Witch's Dungeon Classic Movie Museum is a storehouse of vintage horror-movie memorabilia. The works of Vincent Price, Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi and their contemporaries are immortalized in the museum's collection of costumes, props, photos and more.
Newport, Rhode Island's Cliff Walk is a public promenade that offers scenic views of the coast and of many of Newport's most magnificent architectural treasures. Cliff Walk is smoothly-paved and is best experienced in warm weather.
Conanicut Island Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary and nature preserve on the small and picturesque island of Conanicut. The sanctuary offers excellent opportunities for birdwatching, and offers hiking trails through wetland landscapes.
Noted for the presence an observation tower, museum, and visitor's center, Talcott Mountain State Park is a publicly managed park preserve. The park also features a 1.25 mile hiking trail that winds up the slope to the observation area.
Featuring a 1.25-mile hiking trail, Talcott Mountain State Park boasts a beautiful observation tower that is open to tourists throughout the week. Visitors should plant to spend roughly 40 minutes on the trail before reaching the tower.