- 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.
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1000 New London Ave., Cranston, RI MoreLess Info
For a memorable day of family fun, visit the award-winning Mulligan's Island Golf & Entertainment. Featuring 2 mini-golf courses, a par-3 course, batting cages, driving range, and available lessons, visit today.
Featuring miniature golf, a driving range, and a pitch-and-putt course, Mulligans Island offers a variety of golf-related attractions. The site also has batting cages and sand volleyball courts and is available for groups and parties.
With Photography on Foot, visitors can take a private photography lesson while visiting the sites and landmarks of the region. From mansions to landscapes, visitors have the opportunity to take pictures of scenic surroundings.
The Adventure Park at Storrs is an aerial adventure course. High above the ground, bridges of cable, wood, rope, and zip lines connect small platforms built around the trees. Adventure seekers climb along these aerial trails of varying difficulty.
Rhode Island's Oakland Beach is located in Warwick. This saltwater beach sits on Greenwich Bay and connects to Narrangansett Bay. Beach features several convenient small-craft launching docks. It is most popular in warm weather, but is open throughout the year.
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248 Old Whitfield Street, Guilford, CT 6437 MoreLess Info
Whitfield State Historical Museum tells the history and story of the English settlement of Connecticut. Patrons may take self-guided tours through three floors of 17th-19th century furnishings and artifacts and can also view changing exhibits in two galleries.