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Shore Line Trolley Museum | Connecticut | Electric Railroad

Connecticut Shore Line Trolley Museum

If you're looking for fun things to do in Connecticut with the kids or grandchildren, look no further than the Shore Line Trolley Museum in East Haven! This non-profit museum maintains several collections or railroad cars which preserve the heritage and history of the bygone days of the Trolley Era.

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Best Hot Lobster Rolls and Water View Dining at Clinton Harbor

Lobster Landing Clinton Connecticut

A trip to the Connecticut seashore wouldn't be complete without a visit to a local seafood restaurant or fish market. On our recent camping trip to Hammonasset we stopped in Clinton Harbor to pick up some fresh steamers and do some alfresco dining for lunch, treating ourselves to the best hot lobster rolls.

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Halloween in Connecticut | Scarecrows on Main

The weather this fall in New England has been warmer than usual. We took a daytrip and a leisurely stroll along cobblestone sidewalks through a historic town here in Connecticut to view "Scarecrows on Main".

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The Quiet Corner of Connecticut: Final Getaway in the Chevy Malibu

Harvest Garden Farm Stand Ashford Connecticut

The Northeast portion of the state of Connecticut is known as The Quiet Corner, formally known as the Quinebaug & Shetucket Rivers Valley National Heritage Corridor, Connecticut which borders Rhode Island and Massachusetts. It also is home to the Putnam, the Antique Capitol of Connecticut.

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Covered Bridges of Connecticut

Cornwall Covered Bridge Connecticut

The Litchfield Hills are the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains and include portions of the Appalachian trail. You'll be able to visit the beautiful covered bridges of Connecticut. It's an easy one hour drive from Hartford, or 2 hour drive from New York City or Albany, New York.

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