- Our list of the best things to do in Stonington, Connecticut, features the top 262 nearby activities — including 115 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Stonington, CT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
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Constructed in 1802, the Faulkner's Island Lighthouse is an active historic lighthouse that is the second oldest in the entire state. Visitors commonly enjoy spending time on Faulkner's Island during their trip to see the lighthouse.
Open daily, the YMCA of Cranston offers members and visitors alike a full-featured fitness and gym experience. The facility has a large workout area with modern equipment, regular exercise classes, and a full-sized pool and basketball court.
Guests can enjoy a play center that features the Eyeplay gaming platform that projects graphics and sounds onto floors and walls at Kidventure Play & Party Center. The center is also available to host birthday parties.
Built as a small family homestead in the late 18th century, Governor Sprague Mansion, was upgraded to the elegant home it is today in 1864. Believed to be haunted, the mansion is available for tours or hosting events.
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Relax and enjoy your surroundings when you visit Sakonnet Vineyards, and the beauty of their 150-acre farm. Featuring several award-winning wines, come back often for tastings, live musical events or settle down in the vineyard for a picnic.
The Park Theatre is a state of the art multipurpose performing arts center that re-opened in 2009 after closing in 2002 after 8 decades of operation. The theatre features a variety of events including theatrical performances, concerts, opera, and movies.
Situated on 48-acres, Coggeshall Farm Museum, is a living history farm in Rhode Island. Visitors can roll up their sleeves and learn about the rich agricultural history of the region through hands-on interactions and multi-sensory exhibits.