- TripBuzz found 221 things to do with kids in or near Mystic, Connecticut, including 204 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Westerly, Montauk, Groton and Charlestown.
- From Mystic Aquarium to Fields Of Fire - Mystic, the Mystic area offers 118 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Theaters, Historic Ships and Aquariums.
- Once a leading seaport and home to the country's largest maritime museum, the city of Mystic shares its rich history to locals and those visiting the area. As one of New England's most prominent tourist destinations, the area offers sailing, an aquarium, fine dining, shopping and the annual Moondance International Film Festival.
With available seating for 299 guests, Bay Street Theatre is a professional regional playhouse that opened in 1991. Hosting a variety of shows, including musicals, dramas, comedy acts, and more, BST is always a wonderful time.
Lelanta Luxury Sailing Excursions is your ticket to experience what it is like to be racing on a boat in the open seas. The Lelanta, an 80-foot schooner, is available for day trips, weekend excursions, or even weeklong trips to a place of your choosing.
Find yourself exploring the beautiful Hampton's from the water, by booking a tour on a 36-foot yacht with Sag Harbor Charters. Book a day charter around the islands, hop into the water for a swim, or take the sunset charter, you will be glad you did.
Open throughout the year, Havens Beach provides access to the eastern portion of Lake Ontario. Guests can enjoy sandy beaches, shoreline bluffs, adjoining woodlands, three separate campgrounds, and even winter activities.
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Starlight Sailing Charters - Day Cruise provides destination sails, with options for dining, entertainment, bike riding excursions and winery tours. There are also opportunities to drop anchor and engage in kayaking or paddleboarding.
Providing the necessary equipment like bait and tackle, The Flying Connie takes visitors out to Atlantic Ocean to fish for striped bass, sharks, and bottom fish. Visitors can sign up for a 3 hour, half day, or full day excursion.
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The John Drew Theater of Guild Hall was established in 1931 and features digitized lighting controls, motorized rigging lighting, and technical booths. The theater is octagonal shaped and has a tent-like blue and white striped ceiling.
Housed in a structure believed to be built in the 1720's by English settlers, the Home Sweet Home museum depicts life in the mid 18th century. The museum offers tours through the home, which includes period correct furnishings.
New and experienced home brewers and winemakers will find a treasure trove of equipment, supplies, and knowledgeable staff at Stomp N Crush. The store also hosts winemaking classes and meetings of the Maniacal Association of Shoreline Homebrewers.