- Our list of the best things to do in Shelton, Connecticut, features the top 349 nearby activities — including 137 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Paradise Lanes Bowling is a bowling alley and entertainment facility with synthetic lanes, automatic scoring, and full-service snack bar. It offers cosmic bowling, tournaments, and league play, as well as special events.
A private art gallery, the Elaine Benson Gallery and Sculpture Garden facilitates art purchases for businesses and other clients. The gallery features outdoor sculptures, paintings, prints, jewelry, and other genres of art work.
The Dan Flavin Art Institute was established as a permanent installation of Flavin's work. It is a renovated firehouse that holds a permanent installation of nine works in fluorescent light created by the artist and a gallery for changing exhibitions.
Filled with wall to wall trampolines, Bounce Sports offers visitors a cardio fitness experience where they can jump across the facility. In addition to a foam pit, the facility has baskets for visitors to practice dunking on.
An entertainment center, Bounce! Trampoline Sports features activities that include open and foam pit jumping, dodgeball and slam dunk basketball. The center also provides party rooms, a foam pit, flat-screen televisions, arcade games and a snack bar.
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South Fork Natural History Museum & Nature Center offers visitors a chance to discover nature. Exhibits include live reptiles and amphibians, nature displays with appropriate sounds, and a marine touch tank.
Founded in 1974, the Dia Art Foundation is a non-profit organization that has the goal of providing artists with long-term support. The foundation manages various site-specific artworks and installations in New York.
Initially focusing on 19th and 20th century American art and the over-arching Hudson Valley Region, the Hudson River Museum, has grown in both size and focus over the past 86+ years. In addition to the art collections, the museum features a planetarium, outdoor amphitheater, and more.
Run by a local historical society, Bridgehampton Historical Museum features a mix of rotating and permanent exhibits depicting the history of the region. The museum also hosts community events like craft fairs, car shows, and cultural festivals.