- Our list of the best things to do in East Haddam, Connecticut, features the top 432 nearby activities — including 182 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- East Haddam, CT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
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One of Connecticut's most unusual parks is Devil's Hopyard State Park in East Haddam. The park takes its name from its central waterfall, which is riddled with holes that, according to local legend, stretch down into Hell.
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Junction of Rte. 82 and Petticoat La., East Haddam, CT MoreLess Info
The Allegra Farm and the Horse drawn Carriage and Sleigh Museum of New England offers a magically whimsical view of the city and its history. The museum gives visitors a glimpse into the Victorian Age and horse drawn carriages are available for hire.
With horseback riding lessons offered on site, Ray of Light Farm presents an opportunity for visitors to interact with rescued farm animals. The farm also offers wagon rides around the barn during school field trips.
Guests can enjoy guided kayaking tours of the Salmon and Connecticut Rivers with Quiet Kayak Guided River Tours. The tours last for three hours and include kayaks, paddles, instruction, binoculars, and life jackets.
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20 Norwich Road, East Haddam, CT MoreLess Info
The Scherer Library of Musical Theatre is an extensive musical theatre research facility. The collection has more than 70,000 items. The library maintains a collection of scores, sheet music, scripts, original cast recordings, programs, photographs, and theatre memorabilia.
Run by The Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Natahan Hale Schoolhouse is a former schoolhouse from the mid 1700s. The teacher of this school was Nathan Hale, who was hung by the British in 1776.