425 Hartford Turnpike -- SR 30
Vernon, CT 06066-5200
Phone: (860) 871-2432
Fax: (860) 871-0004
425 Hartford Turnpike -- SR 30, Vernon, CT, US, 06066-5200
- Phone: (860) 871-2432
- Fax: (860) 871-0004
Knesseth Israel Synagogue is an orthodox synagogue founded by a group of Jewish farmers in 1906. It stands for the synagogue building that was designed by Leon Dobkin and built in the year 1913. Built in the Colonial Revival style with funding from the philanthropist Jewish Colonization Association, the building was gradually moved to its present location. It was finally listed on National Register of Historic Places in 1995. Apart from the synagogue, the congregation has an Orthodox Jewish cemetery within the larger cemetery.
Tolland's main park, Crandall Park includes a seasonal swimming area on Crandall Pond, pavilion, three hard surface tennis courts, baseball and softball fields, a basketball court, hiking trails, Powell Pond, a three-acre pond for non-motorized boating stocked with largemouth bass and bluegills; a multi-purpose field, fishing bridge and more.
Airport taxi service in Hartford.
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First Congregational Church of East Hartford and Parsonage is a historic church located on 1.5 acres (0.61 hectares) of land. The architecture in the large frame Greek Revival is beautiful with a rectangular shaped structure. /the pillars that lead to the entrance is stunning. The square tower above the entrance that located a four side facing clock adds to the beauty of this place. This church was listed as a Historic Place in 1982 and is a great tourist attraction.
Provides 24/7 service in the Hartford area.
St. John's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in East Windsor, Connecticut. The church was built in the year 1804 by Belcher, Samuel, Austin and Brown and features Gothic architecture. The whitewashed exteriors of the church include a pedimented porch, a red wooden door and a clock tower. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
The 33,500 square foot LP Wilson Community Center offers a wide variety of activities and events each year for all ages. A cafeteria, gymnasium, locker rooms, a ballet room, an auditorium, a senior fitness room, and various activities rooms can be found here.
The Connecticut Convention Center is the most ideal location for trade shows, conventions and business meetings overlooking the beautiful Connecticut River. It is an award-winning venue owned by the State of Connecticut. The state-of-the-art facility will ensure that any event held here will be a success.
Hartford is the second largest and the capital city of the state of Connecticut. The city houses some of the world's biggest insurance companies. Some of the famous tourist attractions of the city include the Elizabeth Park Rose Garden, the Bushnell Memorial Park and 1878 State Capitol and Legislative Office Building.
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For any necessity in every area of your life from health care to household to gifts, toys, personal items, food, electronics, and more, Walgreens is a must-stop convenience shop. Get your prescription filled, develop your vacation photos, stock up on toothpaste, grab some snacks, and find just about anything you're looking for. With thousands of stores throughout the U.S., Walgreens is often just a quick trip away. Select locations are open 24-hours and some stores offer drive-thru pharmacies.