Things to Do in Niantic, CT

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6.1 Miles
100% 4 votes
Historic Sites 57 Fort Street, Groton, CT 06340 MoreLess Info
Step back into history by visiting Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park in Groton, CT where the 1781 Revolutionary War massacre led by traitor Benedict Arnold happened. A restoration of the Ebenezer Avery House, which sheltered the wounded soldiers has been restored on the grounds.
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Fishing 181 Thames Street, Groton, CT 6340 MoreLess Info
Organizing trips on an 114 foot party boat, Hel-Cat Dock Fishing takes visitors to the region's prime fishing spots for a day of fishing. Depending on the season, visitors can catch seabass, bluefish, and fluke.
6.2 Miles
85% 13 votes
Fishing Thames Street, Groton, CT 06340 MoreLess Info
As a party boat, Hel-Cat II Fishing Boat takes visitors on a tour of the region's islands in an 114 foot long vessel. On the fishing charters, visitors can fish for bass, fluke, cod, and more.
6.4 Miles
83% 48 votes
Beaches Beach Pond Road, Groton, CT MoreLess Info
The Eastern Point Beach features concession stands, picnic tables, showers, and playgrounds. The beach's shallow water depths make it a suitable location for swimming and visitors can also view three lighthouses from the site.
6.7 Miles
93% 58 votes
Lighthouses Groton, CT MoreLess Info
Groton's Avery Point Light is a beautiful lighthouse with manicured grounds. The property is freely accessible to the public, but no one may enter the lighthouse itself. This is a popular picnic spot.
6.7 Miles
81% 21 votes
Lighthouses New London, CT MoreLess Info
Appearing to rise directly from the Thames River floor, the New London Ledge Light is an unusual lighthouse still in active use. It sits at the entrance to the New London Harbor and is visible from the shore.
6.9 Miles
98% 176 votes
Art Museum 96 Lyme Stree, Old Lyme, CT 6371 MoreLess Info
Old Lyme, Connecticut is home to the Florence Griswold Museum, an institution that preserves artwork and promotes artistic and historical education. The museum's largest and most important collections emphasize American art.
6.9 Miles
50% 2 votes
Boat Tours 916R Shennecossett Road, Groton, CT 06340 MoreLess Info
Downeast Lighthouse Cruises offers several short cruise options on a real lobster boat. Attractions include a New London Harbor cruise, Fisher's Island cruise, and a sunset cruise. Downeast Lighthouse Cruises also hosts occasional special events.
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Historic Sites 96 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT 6371 MoreLess Info
The Lyme Historical Society's mission is to preserve, celebrate, and disseminate the history and culture of the Old Lyme area. In the interest of this mission, the society purchases and restores old buildings, sponsors programs, and maintains archives.
7.0 Miles
97% 634 votes
Specialty Museums 1 Crystal Lake Road, Groton, CT 6349 MoreLess Info
Groton, Connecticut is home to The Submarine Force Museum, a huge repository of submarine-related items and ephemera. Its centerpiece is the USS Nautilus, a decommissioned military submarine now open for tours.
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