- TripBuzz found 286 things to do with kids in or near Glastonbury, Connecticut, including 280 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hartford, West Hartford, Bristol and Middletown.
- From Hillside Stable to GMC Farm, the Glastonbury area offers 116 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Horseback Riding, Libraries and Theaters.
- An agricultural community in Hartford County, Glastonbury features hillside berry farms, orchards and tobacco fields. The orchards are famous for producing exceptional apple crops and the city hosts an annual Apple Fest every year, drawing tourists from surrounding areas. There are also multiple city parks, hiking trails and scenic waterfalls.
Bucolic Old Wethersfield is the oldest and most historically significant area in modern Wethersfield. The district is full of immense homes in the Victorian and Second Empire styles. Others are much older and were built before or during the Revolutionary War.
Wethersfield, Connecticut's Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum contains three houses built just before the outbreak of the Revolutionary War. Tours are available. The museum also contains a gift shop and formal Colonial-style gardens.
Comprised of two historic houses, Wethersfield Museum provides visitors with information on the Connecticut towns rich history. The museum features exhibits, artifacts such as love letters and Civil War uniforms, and historical text.
A central location for the Wethersfield Historical Society, the Keeney Memorial Culture Center is a historic building that has been an elementary school and a high school over its history. Now, the building has gallery spaces, classrooms, and rental spaces.
The non-profit organization, the Wethersfield Historical Society, is an educational institution that has the goal of preserving the history and culture of Wethersfield. The organization has a museum that is known for the 'Legendary People, Ordinary Lives' exhibit.
Manchester, Connecticut's Case Mountain reaches a peak elevation of 774 feet and has a flat, stable summit overlooking the state capitol. The mountain is peppered with immaculate trails for hiking, cycling, jogging and dog walking. Pets are welcome but must remain leashed.
Located in Wethersfield, Connecticut, the Wethersfield Cove is a small, sheltered inlet that is a popular launch location for small watercraft. It is the town's most popular fishing spot and is home to the Wethersfield Cove Yacht Club.