These Are the Places YOU Love In Connecticut

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In a matter of a few short hours, this is the list that came up when I asked you on Facebook what your favorite “gem” spots are in Connecticut, what a list! If this doesn’t keep you busy in the car, I don’t know what will. Because I love vintage, the photo is that of the old Hotel Taft Lobby in New Haven, quite something I would say.

Just click on all of these places and you will go right to a web site…Network Connecticut folks did all the work for you to help you save time, that’s how we roll, we like to be helpful. We want you to dig deep into this rich and historic state and find new things to see and do.

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Mystic

Lighthouse Point Park, New Haven

New Haven

Rocky Neck State Park

Ocean Beach

New London

Seawall in Lordship, (part of Stratford)

Madison

Cornwall Bridge

Mystic Seaport

Guilford Green, New England’s largest “Green”

Litchfield

Wooster Street, New Haven

UCONN campuses, especially Avery Point in New London

Abbott’s Lobster in Noank

Twin Lakes in Salisbury

Old Saybrook

Harkness Memorial Park

Lyman Orchards in Middlefield

Gillette Castle

Beautiful views of the Connecticut River

Domestic Possessions in Madison, home of Annie Mame

Jonathan Edwards Winery

Kent

Connecticut’s “Quiet Corner”

Putnam’s Main Street

South Woodstock’s Mrs. Bridge’s Pantry

The Lobster Shack

Hadlyme Country Market

Hartford’s XL Center

Sam The Clam in Plantsville

Hammonasset State Park

Topsmead in Litchfield

Bantam Lake

From Madison to Stonington along Connecticut’s shoreline

Groton

Ledge Lighthouse

The Fenwick section of Old Saybrook. the home of Katharine Hepburn

Niantic

Sleeping Giant State Park in Hamden

Eastern Point Beach in Groton, one of the best sunsets in the state

The mouth of the Thames River

The Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam