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The Pickin' Patch- Avon Cider Mill
The Pickin Patch is one of Connecticut's longest running farms, established in 1666! Open Seasonally for pick your own produce and vegetables.
Farm Store open daily
Pumpkin Patch and Hayrides in the Fall- Tuesday- Friday in October 9AM-4PM. Cider and donuts available seasonally.
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MGM Springfield Casino
The Shoppes at Farmington Valley
Huck Finn Adventures
Blue Back Square
International Skating Center of Connecticut
Talcott Mountain State Park
Bridge Street Live
Antiques on the Farmington
Avon Old Farms Hotel
Tunxis Country Club
Hartford Connecticut Temple
West Farms Mall
Uconn Medical Center
The Simsbury Inn
Governor’s Horse Guard
Phelps Tavern Museum and Homestead
Built in 1771, Phelps House served as a tavern for travelers for more than 80 years. Today, the museum includes the tavern room, card room, kitchen, guest rooms, ballroom and meeting room, which are all filled with 18th century furniture and family items from the era.
Connecticut Science Center
This world-class museum makes learning fun for kids of all ages with over 165 interactive activities and exhibits, a state-of-the-art 3D digital theater and diverse daily programs and events.
Mark Twain House
Harriet Beecher Stowe Center
Learn about the life and times of the author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin, the best-selling anti-slavery novel written in 1852. In addition to the Harriet Beecher Stowe House, where the author lived for 33 years, the center features the Katharine Seymour Day House, a Visitor Center with a museum store and historic gardens.
National Iwo Jima Memorial
Learn about the bravery and sacrifices of American soldiers during one of the greatest battles in American history. The memorial features a 40-foot bronze and granite monument, two eight-foot black granite plaques honoring the clergy and medical personnel and the World War II Memorial Eternal Flame.
New Britain Museum of American Art
Founded in 1903, the New Britain Museum of American Art is the country’s first museum focused strictly on American art and artists. Today, the museum features more than 10,236 works from the colonial portraiture era, the Hudson River School, American Impressionism, and the Ash Can School and a mural series called “The Arts of Life in America” by Thomas Hart Benton.
New England Air Museum
The largest aviation museum in the northeastern United States, the New England Air Museum features over 100 aircraft spanning from the earliest flying contraptions to supersonic jets in three large exhibit hangars and in an outdoor display area.
Connecticut Trolley Museum
Dedicated to the preservation of the trolley era, the Connecticut Trolley Museum welcomes you aboard for a three-mile round trip ride on antique trolleys. Before or after your ride you can climb aboard and explore historic static trolleys, check out the interactive exhibits, visit the Fire Truck Museum and see a movie in the theater.
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
In addition to fascinating bios on its more than 300 inductees, the Basketball Hall of Fame features 40,000 square feet of interactive exhibits, skills games, live clinics and shooting contest games.
Norman Rockwell Museum
Located in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, where Rockwell spent the last 25 years of his life, this museum houses the world’s largest collection of original Norman Rockwell art, including 998 original paintings and drawings, original art materials, his library, furnishings, and personal items, photographs, letters and more.
The Simsbury 1820 House
731 Hopmeadow Street, Simsbury, CT 06070
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