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Dedicated to watches, clocks and timepiece construction, the Timexpo Museum in Waterbury, Connecticut is maintained by the legendary Timex watch company. The museum emphasizes Timex' history and contributions to clock and watch design.
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Brass Mill Cmns, 175 Union Street, Waterbury, CT 06702 MoreLess Info
Timexpo - The Timex Museum has over three floors of exhibits about timekeeping and watches. Exhibits at the museum include Timex advertisements, exhibits about Polynesian travel, and examples of antique clocks and watches.
Located on 75 acres of land, Extreme Paintball is a paintball facility that contains six different courses for play. The facility offers open paintball on the weekend as well as private event hosting seven days a week.
The Seven Angels Theatre in Waterbury, Connecticut is a professional theater that also presents high-quality community productions. Auditions for local talent are posted on the Seven Angels' website. All ticket prices are affordable, and donations are gratefully accepted at the venue and online.
Candlewoof Dog Park features two separate fenced in parks, one for small dogs and one for larger dogs. The park, located in the southwest corner of Pettibone's Elementary School field, promotes responsible dog ownership through events and meetings.
Averill Farm is a 260-acre property that grows apples, pears, and Christmas trees. Visitors of the site, which also hosts events throughout the year, will be able to purchase ciders, Indian corn, mums, cheddar cheese, garlic, and potatoes.
Top box office hits are now playing at Bank Street Theatre. Seniors and children enjoy special pricing, and matinees and Tuesday showings are also discounted. Birthdays, parties and theater rentals are available.