- Our list of the best things to do in Trumbull, Connecticut, features the top 332 nearby activities — including 133 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Offering a variety of gymnastic classes for children, Next Dimension Gymnastics provides a large facility with bars, mats, and a foam pit. The tumbling class teaches children how to do rolls, handstands, and cartwheels.
Tennis Club of Trumbull the is a tennis club that offers lessons and uses state-of-the-art tennis courts in the facility. The club features free childcare for preschoolers, a tennis pro shop, a locker room, and showers.
An indoor tennis facility, Trumbull Racquet Club features six championship quality tennis courts with state of the art lighting. The facility offers lessons for players of all skill and experience levels, and offers free child care for young children.
Rockin' Jump is an indoor trampoline park that offers a variety of trampoline-based activities. The park has separate zones for freestyle jumping, dodge ball, and basketball. Birthday parties and other gatherings are welcome.
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Featuring more than 10,000 square feet of trampoline space, Rockin' Jump - The Ultimate Trampoline Park offers trampoline activities including a foam pit, dodgeball, basketball and open jump. The park also has food available and hosts parties and events.
Established in 1964, the Trumbull Historical Society is a group dedicated to promoting and preserving the history of the local area. The society operates a museum filled with artifacts and exhibits that educate about the local history.
Located on 18-acres of land, the Chester Hill Farm is an equestrian farm that features 5 turnout paddocks, an outdoor ring, and a cross-country course. The farm offers horse-riding lessons to people of all ages and abilities.
All digital projection, surround sound, and stadium seating are offered within the 16 auditoriums of the Bow Tie Marquis 16 Cinema. First-run wide-release films are presented at this theater which also feature warm concession foods.