The casino has more than 380 gaming tables for blackjack, craps, roulette, and poker and has more than 4,700 slot machines. There are several restaurants within the casino, among them a Hard Rock Cafe. Foxwoods has 2,266 hotel rooms and a two-story arcade for children and teens. It is now the largest casino in the United States.
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It features the 12,000-seat capacity Mohegan Sun Arena, home of the New England Black Wolves of the National Lacrosse League and the Womens National Basketball Associations Connecticut Sun. It houses a 350-seat Cabaret Theatre, the 300-seat Wolf Den, and contains slot machines, poker, blackjack, craps, roulette, Caribbean stud poker, keno and baccarat. The race book offers live horse or greyhound racing from around the U.S. as well as from Australia and England.
The Museum of America and the Sea in Mystic, Connecticut is the largest maritime museum in the world. It is notable for its collection of sailing ships and boats, and for the re-creation of the crafts and fabric of an entire 19th-century seafaring village. It consists of more than 60 original historic buildings, most of them rare commercial structures moved to the 19-acre site and meticulously restored.
The United States Navy Submarine Force Library and Museum, located on the Thames River near Groton, Connecticut is the only submarine museum managed exclusively by the Naval History & Heritage Command division of the U.S. Navy, which makes it a repository for many special submarine items of national significance, including USS Nautilus (SSN-571).
Located at the foot of Ocean Avenue in Mystic Country, New London’s premier recreational facility provides excellent public access to the Atlantic Ocean from a beautiful white, sugar sand beach, complimented by an olympic-size freshwater pool, lockers, and event staging. The 50-acre Park also boasts a beautifully landscaped 18-hole miniature golf course and various attractions.
Housed in five storefronts along the waterfront of Newport, the Thames Science Center gives visitors of all ages a chance to learn about robots, computers, and much more. The center acts as a pioneer in developing and testing unique, interactive science and pre-engineering learning programs, including Watershed Worlds, RobotACTS, Shoot for the Moon!, Mentors for Explainers, and others.
The Chester Ferry is a seasonal ferry crossing the Connecticut River between the town of Chester, Connecticut and the village of Hadlyme (in the town of Lyme, Connecticut). It is the second oldest continuously operating ferry service in the state of Connecticut and is a designated state historical landmark. The ferry is part of the scenic portion of Route 148 and provides a convenient link between two of Connecticuts tourist attractions: Gillette Castle State Park in Hadlyme and the Essex Steam Train.
Stroll the beautiful lanes and enjoy shopping in distinctive buildings designed to represent a New England Village of about 1720. The village features picturesque settings of flowers, trees & duck ponds that surround you as you relax and unwind. Shopkeepers pride themselves on offering you some of the most interesting and unique items from around the world. Feeling hungry? Olde Mistick Village is home to some of Mystic’s best restaurants. They also feature a multi-theatre arts & movie cinema for your enjoyment.
The Valley Railroad Company, operating the Essex Steam Train & Riverboat, has been serving the lower Connecticut River Valley since 1971. The company’s mission is to keep alive the rich mechanical, industrial, and transportation heritage of the state through the ongoing operation of vintage steam and diesel locomotives, passenger coaches, and the facilities and infrastructure to support these.
Gillette Castle State Park straddles the towns of East Haddam and Lyme, Connecticut. Sitting high above the Connecticut River, the castle was originally a private residence commissioned and designed by William Gillette, an American actor who is most famous for his portrayal of Sherlock Holmes on stage.
Come hear the story of how an enterprising family, a picturesque landmark, an insightful restoration, and brilliant execution evolved into one of the most important institutions in American theater: Goodspeed Musicals. You can go behind the scenes of a musical at the Goodspeed Opera House. Explore places such as backstage and the actors dressing rooms while learning about the vibrant history of the Opera House.
Fort Griswold is a former American military base in Groton, Connecticut. Named after then Deputy Governor Matthew Griswold, the fort played a key role in the early stages of the American Revolutionary War. In tandem with Fort Trumbull on the opposite side of the harbor, Griswold served to defend the port of New London, a supply center for the new Continental Army and a friendly port for Connecticut-sanctioned privateers who preyed on British ships.
The forest offers opportunities for hiking, hunting, picnicking, swimming, and boating. The Lyme portion of the forest provides access to 69-acre Uncas Pond and 30-acre Norwich Pond. Boat launches are located on each pond. The ponds and their connecting stream, Falls Brook, sit at the western edge of Becket Hill State Park Reserve. No roads or trails pass from the state forest into the undeveloped and otherwise inaccessible 260-acre state park reserve.
The ONeill is the recipient of two Tony Awards: the 1979 Special Award and the 2010 Regional Theatre Award. The ONeill is a multi-disciplinary institution that has had a transformative effect on American theater. The ONeill pioneered play development and stage readings as a tool for new plays and musicals, and is also home to the National Theater Institute, an intensive study-away semester for undergraduates.
Connecticuts shoreline, along Long Island Sound, offers a good selection of salt water beaches for all tastes. Among the best of these is Ocean Beach in New London, with white sugar sand and lots of entertainment to include a swimming pool, miniature golf, and game rooms. Come swim, tan, and enjoy the great beaches Connecticut has to offer.
Mansions are synonymous with Newport and Bristol Counties. During the Gilded Age, America’s wealthiest families flocked to the City-by-the-Sea and its surrounding areas, including Bristol, making the area their summertime playground. Today, more than a dozen prestigious properties have been preserved by dedicated organizations committed to protecting our past for both you and generations to come.
Explore the surrounding islands of Mystic, CT from the spacious wooden deck of the sailing ship, ARGIA. Relax as you sail by scenic coastlines and lighthouses or help the crew hoist and trim the sails aboard this elegant schooner. Each cruise includes complimentary snacks and lemonade. You may also bring your own beverages and food – coolers and cups are available.
Connecticut offers some of the best saltwater fishing that few places can rival. With over 100 species of fish found in Long Island Sound, anglers can enjoy some of the very best striped bass, bluefish, summer flounder, scup, hickory shad, black sea bass and tautog fishing along the entire coast. The State of Connecticut offers anglers many fishing opportunities with excellent boat launches along the coast and great shore fishing locations at coastal state and city parks, and convenient party and charter boat fishing.
Clinton Crossing Premium Outlets®, located along the Connecticut Shoreline, is a charming outdoor village center conveniently located on I-95 en route to Boston or New York. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% off every day prices featuring more than 70 designer and name brand outlet stores.
On the Connecticut Antiques Trail, you can uncover 1700s Americana, mid-century modern furniture and vintage collectibles from every generation. With auction houses and small town antique shops, flea markets and antique shows — even historic inns filled with treasures from another age — the CT Antiques Trail winds through historic and scenic Connecticut revealing antiques of varying styles, periods and price ranges to satisfy enthusiasts and collectors alike.