- 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.
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60 Prospect Street, Newington, CT 6111 MoreLess Info
Consisting of six plexi-pave tennis courts, Tennis Center Newington-Wethersfield offers programs for improving tennis performance and a pro shop to purchase equipment from. The center hosts weekly tournaments that members can participate in.
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2143 Berlin Tpke, Newington, CT 06111 MoreLess Info
Open twenty-four hours a day, Newington Bowl-O-Rama Bowling Lanes offers entertainment and sporting fun anytime. The bowling alley is home to multiple lanes of ten pin bowling, a party area and a lounge offering snacks and drinks.
Northwest Park has a nature trail, lighted baseball and little league fields with bleachers, volleyball courts, playground, a 50 foot pier overlooks Union Pond, a 55 foot rental pavilion with picnic tables, restrooms, rental kitchen and 72 inch grill.
Kids and adults learn while having fun at the Connecticut Science Center. Its exhibits include Egyptian sarcophagi, fossils, bones, gemstones and preserved insects. Scouting groups and school field trips are welcome and should reserve tickets in advance.
The Mortensen Riverfront Plaza is an outdoor riverside park and entertainment venue that hosts a variety of performances, including plays, concerts, and other shows. The plaza also offers scenic walking and jogging areas.
Located within a historic 1876 building, the Charter Oak Cultural Center is a facility that offers a number of educational services for members of the local community. Performing arts shows, literacy-based classes, and after school programs are among these services.
Connecticut's Old State House, a registered National Landmark, is much more than a typical museum. Featuring 22,000 square feet of historic rooms, interactive displays, guided or self-guided tours and more; discover democracy and citizenship in action.
At the time of its completion in 1919, the 24-story Traveler's Tower, was the seventh tallest building in the world. Visitors to the tower are treated to an amazing 360 degree, panoramic view of Hartford and the surrounding areas.