- 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.
Including twelve museum houses constructed between 1730 and 1872, Deerfield Museums also include the Flynt Center for Early New England Life and the Memorial Libraries. Together, the museums house a huge collection of decorative art, antiques, clothing, and textiles.
Local history is on display at Worcester Historical Museum. Among the notable collections of artifacts, paintings and sculptures is weaponry from the colonial era through World War II. Ages 18 and under receive free admission.
CT Sports Arena is a massive multipurpose sporting and recreation facility. It offers leagues for several sports, including basketball, soccer, volleyball, dodgeball and lacrosse, and has youth summer camps and after school programs.
Formerly the summer retreat of the Choate family, Naumkeag is an old country estate which comprises of a preserved shingle-styled family home, numerous gardens, fountain pools and more, which are open for public viewing.
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Featuring 14 auditoriums, Connecticut Post 14 + IMAX displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater provides a concession area, a bar and grill, stadium seating, arcade game machines and a private party room.
Naumkeag House is an extravagant Gilded Age mansion, comprised of the luxurious cottage and its iconic mid-20th century design gardens. The property is on over 46 acres of land, and visitors tour the house and gardens separately.
Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum features the restored Lenox Station which dates back to 1903 and houses a number of interactive railroad exhibits which include vintage engines, passenger cars and the Yokun block station.