- Our list of the best things to do in Torrington, Connecticut, features the top 297 nearby activities — including 109 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Torrington, 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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Newington Arena features two indoor ice rinks and hosts hockey leagues, figure skating competitions and offers public skating. The arena also offers skating classes and is available for special events and birthday parties.
Also known as the Newington Arena, the Connecticut Skating Center is a competition scale ice rink that hosts hockey leagues and games, ice skating, figure skating, and ice shows. The facility also offers skating lessons.
Playhouse on Park offers a variety of shows for attendees to enjoy, including those geared towards children. The business, which seeks to develop original material through its Playwrights on Park initiative, hosts musical, comedy, and theatrical performances.
The Family Tennis Pro is Wayne Keeler, a professional tennis instructor who specializes in tailoring instruction for the entire family. Keeler travels locally to offer lessons at students' local parks, public courts, or even homes.
The home stadium of the New Britain Rock Cats Minor League Baseball team, New Britain Stadium is outfitted with comfortable amenities, great seats and plenty of convenient parking. The stadium frequently offers discounted concessions and other perks to fans who purchase season tickets.
One of the state's most unusual museums, Connecticut Antique Machinery is an indoor-outdoor institution featuring refurbished farm equipment and factory appliances. It is a favorite destination among lovers of antiques and technology.
Opened in 1897, Elizabeth Park is situated on 82 acres and features a rose garden, a pond area and open grass fields. The park has walking paths through wooded terrain, basketball and tennis courts, baseball fields and picnic areas.
A community park, George L Chesley Park features fields for baseball and football as well as courts for basketball and tennis. The park also provides a swimming pool, a children's playground, a water play station and picnic areas.