Offering sailing and fishing excursions. Conveniently located within 2 miles of the Inn at Mystic. Steamboat Wharf, Mystic, CT 06355 Tel. (860) 536-0416
Southeastern Connecticut boasts the largest party charter fishing fleet in Southern New England. Year 'round fishing trips are available for inshore and offshore species.
Halfway between Foxwoods Casino and Mystic. Enjoy the scenic Connecticut countryside as you play on the most challenging course in the area. The hilltop site offers cool breezes and remarkable views. Par 72, 27 Holes, Yardage: 6511; Public Welcome. Phone (860) 599-2248
Gambling casino and entertainment center.
Gambling casino and entertainment centers.
Route 27. at I-95, Mystic. 18th century-like colonial shopping center with more than 60 shops, restaurants, and a theater. Free concerts, Saturday/Sundays June through October. Phone: (860) 536-4941
Part of Connecticut's art scene since 1913, the Mystic Art Association is located on the banks of the Mystic River. Exhibits and sales of fine art take place throughout the year.
55 Coogan Boulevard. Encounter ocean animals in an exciting new way. Experience Birds of the Outback, an exciting interactive exhibit for this summer only! Reach in and touch a ray, go beak to nose with an African penguin, and feel the splash of a beluga whale. Come visit a wonderful variety of animals from beluga whales to Stellar sea lions, African penguins, blue tongued skinks and more. Be sure to visit the newest additions to our aquarium; two penguin chicks and a California sea lion pup named Boomerang. Take a ride on the new XD Motion Theater Deep Sea 3D. Dive into the deep with the world’s only exhibits based on Dr. Robert Ballard's expeditions. Come see Dr. Ballard's new exhibit, "Exploring Your National Marine Sanctuaries", which takes you live into some of our National Marine Sanctuaries where you will discover shipwrecks and see colorful corals without having to leave the Aquarium. Phone: (860) 572-5955.
Route 27. Nation's largest maritime museum. 17 riverfront acres featuring tall ships to board, New England coastal village, working craftsmen and exhibits. Daily demonstrations, seasonal special events, steamboat cruises, food, shopping, and art gallery. Phone: (860) 572-5315
Mystic Shopping Area and famous Bascule Bridge. Downtown Mystic provides visitors with a hometown feeling of shopping.
Step aboard for a day sail, a lobster dinner cruise, or one of our multi-day overnight cruises! The Mystic Whaler begins each voyage with an underway tour of famous Mystic Seaport, Museum of America and the Sea, followed by a scenic cruise down the historic Mystic River.
The past comes to life in a way you never dreamed possible. You may explore 85,000 square feet of lifelike dioramas, state of the art interactive computer 3-D touch screen graphics, films and videos that bring the story of America's first people into sharp perspective.
125 acre wooded sanctuary with 7 miles of trails, meadows and ponds. Natural History Museum. Gift and Book Shop.
Historic Stonington's streets are lined with trees in front of historic homes and quaint shops of all different kinds. A small town first settled in 1649 and today is the home of the only fishing fleet in Connecticut!
Monhegan Ave./Route 32, Home of America's tall ship USCG Barque Eagle, Beautiful grounds, museum and chapel. Seasonal visitors' center which has special displays and a multi-media show. Periodic cadet parades. Phone: 444-8270.