- 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.
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80 Whitehall Road, Litchfield, CT 06759 MoreLess Info
Located in Litchfield, Connecticut, the White Memorial Conservation Center is dedicated to environmental preservation and education. It is an active research institution and wildlife conservancy. Visitors are welcome, and tours are available.
Featuring dance companies, vocal ensembles, and children's theater, The Complex Performing Arts Centre offers a small theater for the community to enjoy performances in. The center also hosts dance classes for children and adults.
Situated on over 150 acres, Look Memorial Park is named for Frank Newhall Look after donation of the land by his wife. The park features sports fields, picnic facilities, playgrounds, a zoo, walking paths, a train ride and pedal boating.
Visitors who are interested in the potato famine that caused many immigrants to come to America may enjoy what Ireland's Great Hunger Museum has to offer. Affiliated with Quinnipiac University, the museum maintains artwork and archival materials.
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305 Sherman Avenue, Hamden, CT 6518 MoreLess Info
With arenas for various sports games, Quinnipiac University TD Bank Sports Center offers visitors a venue to watch the Quinnipiac Bobcats play at. The first floor is dedicated to hockey games and is fitted with a large indoor ice rink.
The Naugatuck Historical Society is housed in the old Naugatuck Railroad Station. The society is host to a museum and community meeting space for historical events highlighting the Naugatuck area. Historical talks of interest and exhibited collections change frequently.