- Our list of the best things to do in Glastonbury, Connecticut, features the top 340 nearby activities — including 127 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Glastonbury, CT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 7 things to do within the city of Glastonbury, CT , followed by 333 popular activities in nearby cities, including Hartford, West Hartford, Middletown, Wallingford, Bristol, Simsbury, South Windsor, Manchester, East Haddam, Newington, Bloomfield, New Britain, Wethersfield, Windsor, Farmington, Southington, Essex, Cheshire, Avon, Meriden, Enfield, East Hartford, New Hartford, Norwich, Colchester, Storrs, Waterbury, Willimantic, Agawam, Old Lyme, Mansfield, Mashantucket, Plantsville, Guilford, Hamden and Ivoryton
Established in 1864, Cedar Hill Cemetery, is the final resting place of many famous Americans. Visitors that tour the grounds are captivated by the tranquility of the 270-acres of gardens, wetlands, and woodlands.
Dwyer Park is a community owned and managed park that is noted primarily for featuring multiple soccer fields. The park has 4 full-size fields and a few smaller practice fields that do not require prior reservation to use.
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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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100 Columbus Boulevard, Hartford, CT 06103 MoreLess Info
Hartford is home to the Connecticut Convention Center, a sprawling meeting and performance space attached to a large hotel. It sits on the banks of the Connecticut River and easily accommodates thousands of people.
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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.