- Our list of the best things to do in Norfolk, Connecticut, features the top 129 nearby activities — including 56 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Norfolk, CT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 2 things to do within the city of Norfolk, CT , followed by 127 popular activities in nearby cities, including Simsbury, Great Barrington, Torrington, Kent, Lee, Litchfield, Goshen, Stockbridge, Avon, New Hartford, Westfield, Lenox, Bloomfield, Farmington, Sharon, Bristol, Millbrook, Williamstown, Washington Depot, Windsor and Winsted
Including twelve museum houses constructed between 1730 and 1872, Deerfield Museums also include the Flynt Center for Early New England Life and the Memorial Libraries. Together, the museums house a huge collection of decorative art, antiques, clothing, and textiles.
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.
Close to downtown, Union Street Dog Park offers lots of open space for pets to run and play. Featuring a section for smaller dogs, it is safe for all breeds. Other park amenities include benches and a doggie drinking fountain.
Commemorating the organization that was founded in New Haven in 1882, the Knights of Columbus Museum, opened to the public in 1982. The museum is dedicated to archiving and exhibiting documents and artifacts about the organization's history and works.
Located within an historic district, Wooster Square Park provides visitors with a natural green expanse in a quaint downtown setting. The park offers numerous trails and picnic areas, and is noted for the blooming of its cherry trees each Spring.
Billsville House Concerts embraces non-traditional music venues with intimate settings aimed at creating an innovative and personal concert experience for audiences and musicians. Live performances in barns and art galleries provide audiences with quality exposure and treats musicians well.
Spectacular views await hikers on the 1.6 mile Pine Cobble Trail. The trail has Cheshire quartzite cliffs that overlook Northern Berkshire County and is especially gorgeous in the fall, with unbeatable foliage.