- Our list of the best things to do in Madison, Connecticut, features the top 311 nearby activities — including 141 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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165 Danbury Road, Ridgefield, CT 6877 MoreLess Info
Featuring its own production studio, School of Dance At the Enchanted Garden provides a wide variety of classes to the public, including theater, yoga, and gymnastics. The school offers party packages that include face painting, bounce houses, crafts, and more.
Connecticut's Ridgefield Playhouse presents a packed schedule of concerts, musicals, plays and recitals. It also screens independent and vintage films and is available for corporate meetings, weddings and other event rentals.
Step back in time and visit a 19th century, unique shopping experience at Fantastic Umbrella Factory. Visitors can browse the vendors wares that are set up inside of a large barn, stop at the café, or stroll the gardens outside.
Blydenburgh Park is a 627 acre park that includes wooded areas, hills, and a portion of the Nissequogue River. The park is often used for hiking, fishing, horseback riding, camping, or boating in the river.
With four screens and a focus on the disabled, The Prospector Theater welcomes everyone. Amenities include closed captioning glasses with subtitles, a small theater for those with sensory issues, and prime viewing handicap seating.
Robert J Schiedler Dog Park provides two fenced in areas, one for big dogs and the other for small dogs. The park offers an agility tunnel and water bowls. There are plenty of trees that provide shade for patrons.
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258 Main Street, Ridgefield, CT 06877 MoreLess Info
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum offers seasonal exhibitions for visitors to enjoy. Additionally, this site also hosts workshops and panel discussions for those who wish to further their arts education.