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From rich historical sites to casino gaming to world-class spa resorts, Connecticut packs super vacations into a small space! And don't forget the must-see annual migrations of the bald eagle!

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Witness the work of Connecticut icons who prove "you are what you build."

Many intriguing structures and pristine architecture preserve Connecticut's legacy. The one most immediately credited to its tenant: Hartford's Mark Twain house. Twain and his family lived in the Gothic landmark from 1874 to 1891, a span the author called the happiest and most productive period of his life. Twain wrote The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and other classic works in his third-floor billiard room.


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Connecticut Historical Society

CHS.org 860-236-5621

Connecticut Science Center

CTScienceCenter.org 860.SCIENCE (742-3623)

CT Vineyard and Winery Association

CTWine.com 860-216-6439

Fairfield County

PO Box 968, Litchfield, CT 06759. 800-663-1273, VisitFairfieldCountyCT.com

Farmington Valley

FVVA.com 860-676-8878

Foxwoods Resort Casino

Foxwoods.com 800-FOXWOODS

Hartford Marriott Downtown

HartfordMarriott.com 860-249-8000

Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center

PequotMuseum.org 800-411-9671

NASKART Indoor Kart Racing and Trampoline Park

NASKARTRacing.com 860-444-7700

Quassy Amusement and Waterpark

Quassy.com 800-FOR-PARK

Railroad Museum of New England

RMNE.org 860-283-7245

Saybrook Point Inn and Spa

Saybrook.com 860-395-2000

The Essex Steam Train and Riverboat

EssexSteamTrain 800-377-3987

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