Things to Do in Torrington, CT

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12.3 Miles
71% 14 votes
Bowling 177 Farmington Avenue, Bristol, CT 06010 MoreLess Info
A bowling center featuring 40 lanes, Spare Time Bristol offers open and league bowling along with a laser tag arena. The center provides a sports grill, high-definition televisions, private event hosting and arcade games.
12.4 Miles
94% 144 votes
Specialty Museums 100 Maple Street, Bristol, CT MoreLess Info
Bristol, Connecticut is home to the American Clock & Watch Museum, the United States' largest museum of its kind. Guests may browse historical exhibits, learn about timepiece construction and research antique or heirloom watches.
12.5 Miles
60% 10 votes
Haunted Tours Lake Compounce Amusement Park, 217 Enterprise Drive, Bristol, CT 06010 MoreLess Info
The Haunted Graveyard is a haunted attraction that is a part of Lake Compounce Amusement Park. Visitors can experience a variety of scares and thrills including spiders, witches, catacombs, a cemetery, and the zombie forest.
12.7 Miles
86% 14 votes
Libraries 5 High Street, Bristol, CT MoreLess Info
At Bristol Public Library, visitors can check out a wide variety of books or reserve a quiet study room. The library hosts weekly events like movie nights, concerts, and book readings.
12.8 Miles
80% 35 votes
Children's Museums 1 Pleasant Street, Bristol, CT 06010 MoreLess Info
The Imagine Nation Children's Museum features a variety of interpretive exhibitions and role-playing activities for young guests to enjoy, including the chance to play as an anchor on ESPN's SportsCenter. The museum also hosts events during the year.
12.8 Miles
44% 9 votes
Children's Museums 1 Pleasant Street, Bristol, CT 06010 MoreLess Info
Imagine Nation is a museum and learning center geared especially to kids between the ages of 2 and 8. It features a variety of hands-on exhibits and educational play stations.
12.8 Miles
- 0 votes
Dance Studios 154 Church Street, Bristol, CT 6010 MoreLess Info
A dance school, the Nutmeg Performing Arts Centre offers classes in multiple styles of dance for students ranging from preschoolers to seniors. The school also fields a competitive dance team.
12.9 Miles
100% 1 votes
Parks Farmington Ave & Walnut Street, Farmington, CT 6085 MoreLess Info
The Yodkins-Morin Memorial Park was named for two heroes who tried to save lives during a flood in 1955. The park is a pleasant green area to visit by the nearby flowing river.
12.9 Miles
100% 1 votes
Parks 581-651 King Street, Bristol, CT 6010 MoreLess Info
On land donated by DeWitt and May Rockwell Page in 1933, Page Park can be used for fishing, tennis, baseball and picnics. The park has playgrounds with a splash pad, a lodge building and an outdoor pool.
13.0 Miles
Families admire artistry and the history of entertainment at New England Carousel Museum. In addition to tours, the museum also offers kids carnivals and holds community art events for children.
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