95 Scott Rd
Waterbury, CT 06705
Phone: (203) 757-0888
Fax: (203) 755-7118
95 Scott Rd, Waterbury, CT, US, 06705
- Phone: (203) 757-0888
- Fax: (203) 755-7118
Prominently known as the city's grandest hotel and a great center for social and businesses, the Elton Hotel features luxury, comprising of all the amenities available, inclusive of restaurants, and ballrooms. Styled in French Renaissance the Elton Hotel is renowned and is one of the best places to be at.
Established in 1868, the Silas Bronson Library houses a collection of 240,000 carefully selected titles, 60 computer workstations, and state and federal government documents depositories.
Over 50,000 books, films, periodicals, and tapes are available at this library that also offers a variety of programs and seminars for all ages.
Featuring a commercial and residential area, nestled in the heart of the town of Southington, is the Southington Center Historic District. This area features structures that have adapted various styles of architecture that were prevalent in that era. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, this region is certainly worth a visit.
"New England's family theme park," Lake Compounce is the oldest continuously operating amusement park in North America. Attractions include Boulder Dash, Zoomerang, Thunder n
Have fun on our 20-acre family playground on Lake Quassapaug. Enjoy over 24 rides and games, swimming, and picnic tables. Perfect for group events.
Castle Craig was dedicated by Walter Hubbard to Meriden city in 1900.The castle built with trap rock has a 32 foot (9.75 meters) observation tower. On days with clear skies,sweeping panoramas of the surrounding areas are visible from the tower.
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.
Lake Compounce is the oldest continuously operated theme park in the United States and was founded on the shores of Lake Compounce. The amusement park and adjoining water park are one of the hottest summer attractions in the region, featuring a spooky Haunted Graveyard, a wooden roller coaster (the Wildcat, built in 1927 and reconstructed with new wood in 1985) and a carousel built in 1911. No other theme park in the country can offer the fun and the history that is Lake Compounce.
Stop by the Railroad Museum of New England to see historic Thomaston Station, the Naugatuck River, Mattatuck Forest and the Brass Mills in Waterville. The train ride experience is fun for the whole family and great at any time of year. But honestly, nothing could be better than riding the rails of Litchfield County in the fall during foliage season!
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.
The Seymour High School is a secondary school that dates back to the 1880s era. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, this historical school continues to excel in providing the best education to its students. For more details, check website.