Things to Do in Southington, CT

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Namaste India 151 Queen St., Southington, CT MoreLess Info
Poultry, lamb, seafood, and veggies doused in curry sauce, baked in a clay tandoor oven, or draped over basmati rice
6.3 Miles
86% 14 votes
Libraries 5 High Street, Bristol, CT MoreLess Info
At Bristol Public Library, visitors can check out a wide variety of books or reserve a quiet study room. The library hosts weekly events like movie nights, concerts, and book readings.
6.4 Miles
84% 43 votes
Sports Stadiums (Amateur) 230 John Karbonic Way, New Britain, CT 6051 MoreLess Info
The home stadium of the New Britain Rock Cats Minor League Baseball team, New Britain Stadium is outfitted with comfortable amenities, great seats and plenty of convenient parking. The stadium frequently offers discounted concessions and other perks to fans who purchase season tickets.
6.4 Miles
60% 10 votes
Haunted Tours Lake Compounce Amusement Park, 217 Enterprise Drive, Bristol, CT 06010 MoreLess Info
The Haunted Graveyard is a haunted attraction that is a part of Lake Compounce Amusement Park. Visitors can experience a variety of scares and thrills including spiders, witches, catacombs, a cemetery, and the zombie forest.
6.5 Miles
Art lovers and history buffs always enjoy visiting the New Britain Museum of American Art in New Britain, Connecticut. This spacious museum owns impressive collections of paintings, drawings, sculptures and other creations made by American artists.
6.5 Miles
82% 11 votes
Parks Westfield Road, Meriden, CT MoreLess Info
This location features both hiking and climbing trails that take guests along the ridge of Lamentation Mountain. Scenic views of the area are available at the end of each trail.
6.6 Miles
94% 144 votes
Specialty Museums 100 Maple Street, Bristol, CT MoreLess Info
Bristol, Connecticut is home to the American Clock & Watch Museum, the United States' largest museum of its kind. Guests may browse historical exhibits, learn about timepiece construction and research antique or heirloom watches.
6.6 Miles
92% 63 votes
Parks 184 West Main St., New Britain, CT MoreLess Info
New Britain, Connecticut is home to Walnut Hill Park, a beautiful expanse of green land that is popular for strolling, picnicking and nature photography. Its amenities include a paved walking track, two tennis courts and a baseball diamond.
6.6 Miles
100% 1 votes
Parks 581-651 King Street, Bristol, CT 6010 MoreLess Info
On land donated by DeWitt and May Rockwell Page in 1933, Page Park can be used for fishing, tennis, baseball and picnics. The park has playgrounds with a splash pad, a lodge building and an outdoor pool.
6.7 Miles
94% 16 votes
History Museums 185 W Main Street, New Britain, CT 6051 MoreLess Info
The New Britain Industrial Museum collects, preserves and exhibits items representing more than 200 years of New Britain innovation and invention. Patrons can view a variety of exhibits including displays from all of the major manufacturers from Britain's glory days.
6.7 Miles
100% 10 votes
Parks 800 Westfield Road, Meriden, CT 06450 MoreLess Info
Giuffrida Park provides hiking opportunities for those who wish to travel to the top of Chauncey Peak. Providing plenty of photo opportunities to its visitors, the location offers views of Avon Mountain.
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