- 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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Known for their modern sports bar, AMF Commack Vet Lanes offers much more than bowling. The impressive bowling alley offers 40 lanes, while the on-site bar offers a full kitchen and multiple flat screen TVs for sports viewing.
The charming Miranda Vineyard in Goshen, Connecticut welcomes visitors throughout the year. The facility is also available for event rentals on a per-hour basis. Spring and summer are the best times to visit and explore the grounds.
Open year round, Hoyt Farm Park has standard recreational features like baseball fields, horse shoe pits, children's playground equipment, and picnic areas. The site also features a museum, nature center, and even a water playground during the summer months.
Located off of Yawgunsk Brook, Ocean House Marina provides visitors with fully day to week long rentals of pontoon boats to take out onto the water. The marina hosts annual fishing tournaments for fluke, dogfish, and skate.
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Directed by Melissa Arizzi, the Just Dance School of Performing Arts offers a variety of dance classes for children and adults throughout the year. The facility also hosts birthday parties and summer camps.
The Charlestown Gallery showcases exceptional regional painting, sculpture, and photography in their 3,000 sq ft. gallery. Ongoing exhibits, frequent shows, and receptions help to introduce the artist's works and welcome new visitors to the gallery.
Located in Goshen, Connecticut, the Action Widelife Foundation is an ecological preserve open seasonally to the public. In addition to hundreds of exotic animals, guests enjoy a large petting zoo. The Foundation offers low-cost admission and group discounts.
Having learned the delicate art of wine making in Australia, the creators behind the varietals at Gouger Cellars Winery offer unique and distinct tasking wines. The wine selection includes sparkling champagnes, sweet roses and zinfandels, syrah, malbecs and cabernets.