- 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.
78% 77 votes
75 Greenmanville Ave, 7, Mystic, CT 06355 MoreLess Info
Mystic Seaport - The Museum of America & the Sea offers a variety of nautical history exhibits and artifacts along with historic vessels and buildings. The museum also hosts several public events and programs.
89% 438 votes
U.S. Route 1 over Mystic River, Mystic, CT 06355 MoreLess Info
The venerable Mystic River Bascule Bridge is a movable bridge in Mystic, Connecticut. Its movable section is 85 feet long, and each open period lasts approximately 5 minutes. The bridge accepts motor vehicle and pedestrian traffic.
Cruising the waters around Mystic, Connecticut, Argia Cruises offers four-hour daytime and sunset cruises aboard an 81-foot sailing vessel. The daily tours accommodate up to 48 passengers. Argia Cruises also accepts charter bookings with advance notice.
95% 38 votes
10 Cottrell Street, Mystic River Park, Mystic, CT 06247 MoreLess Info
As a ghost tour, Seaside Shadows takes visitors on a walking trip through cemeteries and the downtown area while narrating the history of famous individuals from the town. The tour guide gives tips for taking psychic pictures with cameras.
90% 41 votes
278 Leavenworth Rd., Shelton, CT 6484 MoreLess Info
Specializing in apples and apple cider, Beardsley's Cider Mill & Orchard is open from September to early December. This seasonal produce farm features a bevy of delicious apple-related products and ephemera.
The Denison Homestead Museum offers visitors the chance to learn about the history of the area on a 300-year-old family farm. The location hosts special events, a farm market, and offers genealogy resources.
98% 44 votes
1179 Putnam Pike, Chepachet, RI 02814 MoreLess Info
Founded in 1809, Brown and Hopkins Country Store, combines charm and history to form a shopper's paradise. Visitors can browse two-stories filled with antiques, linens, country décor, gourmet candies and old-fashioned soda fountain.
The Colonial Bowling Center is a trip back in time with it's retro styling and manual score keeping. This is a candlepin alley in true New England tradition. There is no snack bar, but there are vending machines available.