111 Berlin Rd.
Cromwell, CT 06416
Phone: (860) 635-4100
Fax: (860) 632-9546
111 Berlin Rd., Cromwell, CT, US, 06416
- Phone: (860) 635-4100
- Fax: (860) 632-9546
Fun and excitement for the whole family including a quarter mile go-cart track, a huge arcade, and a snack bar. This is the perfect place to host a birthday party.
Stew Leonard's is deemed the world's largest dairy store, complete with animatronic livestock, giant food icons (such as Twinkie the Kid and Chiquita Banana) and barn decor. This unique supermarket experience is one of the region's main attractions at this Newington branch of the Norwalk-based store. Stew Leonard's is known for its high level of customer satisfaction with a policy that always proclaims the customer right. With a successful line of their own products, like coffees, cookies, tortilla chips and peanuts, you can easily do your shopping here or pick up a hand-decorated gift basket for a loved one.
Established in 1831, Wesleyan University is named in the honor of John Wesley (founder of Methodism). This liberal arts college offers academic courses in interesting fields like Astronomy, Anthropology, Music, Sociology and so forth. Every year nearly 2700 undergraduates and 200 graduate students pass out from here. Wesleyan stresses on innovation and creativity and its teaching methods, classes and courses are based on this principle. For more details, check website.
One of the largest dinosaur track sites in North America, the year-round Dinosaur State Park features "an exceptional display of early Jurassic fossil tracks that were made 200 million years ago." The Exhibit Center is surrounded by more than two miles of nature trails and the Dinosaur State Park Arboretum, which contains more than 250 species and cultivars of conifers, katsuras, ginkgoes, magnolias and other living representatives of plant families which appeared in the Age of Dinosaurs.
Home of the Episcopal Diocese for the State of Connecticut, this beautifully restored church is one of the oldest Gothic churches in the nations and features the work of many distinguished architects and artisans. Tours are available.
The Solomon Goffe House is a historic building that is an important landmark of the Meriden region. Erected in 1711, it is one of the foremost houses and is still intact and well-preserved. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it now serves as living museum.
Visit this beautiful restored Colonial home and enjoy the stunning antiques and period decor.
Enjoy yourself viewing a 40 foot monument that depicts in bronze and granite the sacrifice and courage displayed by Americans in one of the greatest battles in history.
Look through one of the largest public telescopes in the U.S.
Located just a few miles from the urban hustle-bustle of Meriden, Connecticut, lies a beautiful park with gentle hillocks, streaming rivulets, crystal clear lakes, awe inspiring cliffs, meandering trails and vibrant gardens. The Hubbard Park makes for an ideal spot for a picnic with family or friends. Recreation activities like hiking, bicycling and cross country skiing in the winter make it a fun destination. Also, the park has been the venue for many concerts and shows.
One of the state's best places to get an apple pie or pick-your-own fruit, Lyman Orchards offers fresh, local produce at great prices. There are a slew of annual events at the Orchards, starting with the Apple Hunt at Easter, where the Easter Bunny puts aside his candy for some healthy apples. During the summer months, there is the Sunflower Maze, and then if visiting in September and October, stop by the Corn Maze, which is spread across four acres of property. If golf is your game, there are two golf courses on the premise at the Golf Club. You will never run out of things to do at Lyman Orchards!
Enjoy many activities with your family including riding on paddle boats, aqua cycles, hydrobikes and funyaks. There is a children's fishing pond and a playground your child will enjoy.