- Our list of the best things to do in Wallingford, Connecticut, features the top 443 nearby activities — including 189 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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The Australian Pink Floyd Show - Best Side of The Moon Tour 2017 – performing Dark Side of The Moon! Fairfield County MoreLess Info
Musicians from Down Under channel the entire Pink Floyd experience with laser shows, animations, and a giant floating kangaroo
Roaring Brook Falls is part of a natural wilderness preserve owned and managed by a private citizen's trust. The park features hiking trails to a large waterfall that spills into a natural forested wetland and lake.
Barker Animation Art Gallery is the world's largest animation and fine art gallery. They are currently celebrating their 20th year and feature art from all guests favorite studios including Disney and Warner.
Meriden's Hubbard Park, sometimes called Hubbard State Park, is a municipal area with free amenities for visitors. The park spans 1800 acres. Its central feature is a stone tower that rises more than 30 feet into the air and affords gorgeous views of the surrounding landscape.
The whimsically-named Sleeping Giant State Park in Hamden, Connecticut takes its name from its characteristic hill formations. The park is free to visit, but guests who wish to use the parking lot must pay a small fee throughout most of the year.
D & A Amusements offers amusement equipment for special occasions, fundraisers, festivals, and events. Available equipment includes childrenâ€™s inflatables, inflatable slides, inflatable obstacle courses, carnival games, food stands, and various interactive items and games.
Cheshire Dog Park is an off-leash park that offers 2 acres of fenced in space for large and small dogs to roam separately. They also have agility equipment and waste stations and are adding continually adding more features.