- TripBuzz found 224 things to do with kids in or near Stonington, Connecticut, including 216 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Montauk, Groton, Westerly and Narragansett.
- From Stonington Village Playground to Palmer House, the Stonington area offers 115 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Lighthouses, Playgrounds and Arts & Crafts Classes.
- Stonington is a waterfront city in Connecticut's southeastern region. The charming city features historical homes, a cobblestone lighthouse and quiet living. Visitors enjoy water recreation and the many historic buildings located throughout the area. The area is also noted for being used in many blockbuster films such as Hope Springs and Mystic Pizza.
Olde Mistick Village Art Cinemas is a combination of an independent cinema and a performing arts theater. Along with the showing of new independent films during the week, live theater and concerts are held during the performance season.
Located on the Fisher's Island Sound, Spicer's Noank Marina is a marina offering a number of amenities and services for its customers. Boat hauling, bottom painting, and mechanical repairs are among the services boat owners enjoy at the marina.
Founded in 2008, the Emerson Theater Collaborative is an acting group that provides theatrical productions and education to the local community. Summer acting camps and locally produced plays are a few of the services the group provides.
Located in a Greek Revival Church that was organized in 1843, the Granite Theatre has been renovated and restored to its original splendor. Visitors can choose from a full season of lively and entertaining productions by a talented cast of players.
Founded in 1843, Granite Theatre Corporation the is a non-profit organization that has the goal of producing high quality live performances. The facility holds auditions for aspiring actors and actresses.
One of the most unique attractions in Mystic, Connecticut is B.F. Clyde's Cider Mill. It is a working steam-powered mill, and the oldest of its type in the United States. The mill is open from September through mid-December.
Originally constructed as a vaudeville theatre and movie house, the United Theatre today is a music venue that hosts performers ranging from jazz musicians to classical ensembles. The theatre also features regularly scheduled and curated film series.
Devoted to fostering creativity and self-expression in kids, Jitterbugs Performing Arts Center offers play-based programs that challenge and entertain kids as they learn to perform and to use their imaginations in new ways.