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Kent Falls State Park

462 Kent Cornwall Road (Route 7) Kent, CT 06757
(860) 927-3029

Kent Falls, located in the northeastern section of the town of Kent, is a series of waterfalls on a mountain stream known as Falls Brook. Kent Falls Trail winds ¼ mile up along the falls. Although not difficult to walk, it is steep. There are many scenic vantage points that can be enjoyed along the trail. At the top, enjoy the beautiful water of the Housatonic River and go for a swim! There are also fishing and picnicking spots around the park. Park hours are 8am-7pm.

http://www.ct.gov/deep/cwp/view.asp?a=2716&q=325228&deepNav_GID=1650

Haight-Brown Vineyard

29 Chestnut Hill Road, Litchfield, CT 06759
(860) 567-4045

Haight-Brown is the first vineyard in Connecticut to successfully produce fine wine grapes (Chardonnay and Riesling). They own and lease over twenty acres for its winery and vineyards. The vineyard has established itself as a relaxed atmosphere where wine lovers of all levels can learn about growing grapes and producing wine.  Combining education with fun has made Haight-Brown a destination not only for tourists but also for New England natives who enjoy socializing at the winery. Open June through October, Monday-Thursday 12-5pm and Friday-Saturday 12-6pm.

http://www.haightvineyards.com/

Bristol Center for Arts and Culture

95 Riverside Ave. Bristol, CT 06010
(860) 585-5411

The Center houses the New England Carousel Museum, one of the largest collections of antique carousel art in the country, and the Museum of Fire History, presenting firefighting equipment and memorabilia dating from the 1800′s and two fine Art Galleries, one permanent gallery of work by Glo Sessions and one with changing exhibitions, party rentals and youth group sleepovers. The building is special needs accessible. Open Year round. Summer Hours: April to November on Monday to Saturday from Saturday 10am to 5pm andSunday 12 noon to 5pm. Winter Hours: December to March, Thursday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm. Sunday 12noon to 5pm . Adults $5.00, Seniors $4.50, Children $2.50.

http://www.thecarouselmuseum.org

Burr Pond

384 Burr Mountain Road, Torrington, CT 06790
Campground Office: (860) 379-0172 (mid-April-Sept. 30)
Park Office: (860) 482-1817.

Site of Borden’s first condensed milk factory. Scenic trail encircles 88 acre pond. 40 wooded campsites, concession, water, change house, flush toilets, picnicking, pond fishing, swimming, hiking, boating, x-country skiing, ice skating, mountain biking.

http://www.ct.gov/dep/site/default.asp

Carey Sanford Antiques

469 Bantam Road, Litchfield, CT 06759
(860) 567-4041 or (860) 307-5376

A truly fun antique hunting experience, its multi dealer shop includes: Adirondack, Country and Formal Furniture, Estate and Costume Jewelry, Native American Pottery and Jewelry. American Pottery, Glassware, Porcelain, Oils, Watercolors, Lithographs, Prints, Dolls, Toys, Treen and Metalware.

Lee’s Riding Stables

57 E. Litchfield Road, Litchfield, CT 06759
(860) 567-0785

Enjoy the beautiful rolling hills and countryside of Litchfield, Connecticut on horseback with the wonderful instructors at Lee’s Riding Stables. With well-mannered trail horses and experienced trail guides, your ride is bound to be one to remember along the trails of White Memorial. Ages 7 and up are welcome on the trail form 9am-5pm, 7 days a week. For the younger horse lovers, pony rides are offered in both their indoor and outdoor rings.

http://www.windfieldmorganfarm.com/lees

The Woodbury Antiques and Flea Market

44 Sherman Hill Road (Rt. 64) Woodbury, CT 06798
(203) 263-6217

The town of Woodbury is well known as the “Antiques Capital of Connecticut”. Woodbury’s reputation began more than 50 years ago when renowned dealers established their businesses in historic homes on and around Main Street, making Woodbury a rural antiquing destination for collectors, decorators and dealers alike. Gus and Anne Kaloidis took over the old Woodbury Antiques and Flea Market in 2008 and have been running it as a family business ever since. They offer a variety of merchandise for sale with an emphasis on early items and antiques. Plants and flowers are available, and also fresh, local fruits and vegetables when in season. The market is open every Saturday year round, and Sunday from March to end of November from 7:30am-2:00pm. In the beginning of summer to mid-October you are welcome to enjoy the Farmers market as well Sundays from 10-2pm. Free admission and free parking (pets not allowed).

http://www.thenewwoodburyfleamarket.com/