- TripBuzz found 285 things to do with kids in or near South Windsor, Connecticut, including 271 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hartford, West Hartford, Springfield and Bristol.
- From Fairways Mini Golf & Batting Cages to Nomads Adventurequest, the South Windsor area offers 108 different types of family activities, including: Mini Golf, Bowling, Family Fun Center and Ziplines.
- Located five miles northeast of capital city Hartford lies the city of South Windsor. Home to many beautiful preserves and parks, outdoor recreation is enjoyed by locals and visitors. Other points of interest include an ice hockey arena, a sports complex, multiple golf course and the city's annual Fall Festival and Corn Maze.
The Cinemagic Stadium Theater is a movie theater that is fitted with full stadium seating and digital presentation in all theaters. Other amenities include a ticketing kiosk and access to assisted listening devices.
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Mendenhall Center For The Performing Arts, 122 Green Street, Northampton, MA 1060 MoreLess Info
Founded in 1991, the New Century Theatre is a professional equity theater that serves as a training ground for aspiring and developing theatrical professionals. The theater presents a seasonally changing slate of plays.
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125 West Bay Road, Amherst, MA 01002 MoreLess Info
Picture books are celebrated for their contributions to the art world at the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art. Three galleries of rotating exhibits are housed within the 40,000 square foot facility along with permanent collections by famous picture book creators Maurice Sendak and Rosemary Wells.
At the Tapping Reeve House and Law School, visitors can learn about the life of the 19th-century student through role playing activities and interpretive exhibits. At the beginning of each visit, an interpretive video serves as a introduction to life in Litchfield.
Experience life in the 1800's at the Leffingwell House Museum. With several pioneer buildings open for tour, the museum provides a look at historical architecture, furnishings and other memorabilia such as military artifacts.
Litchfield Historical Society is an organization that is dedicated to collecting, preserving, and interpreting the history of the county of Litchfield. The society has a museum, a research library, and a historic house.
The Botanic Garden of Smith College preserves the historic Olmsted landscape of the campus and is home to an extensive collection of plant specimens which are a part of the glass conservatory and numerous specialty gardens here.