Places to Go with Kids near East Windsor, CT

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Berkshire Scenic Railway and Museum
(Lenox, MA)
44.11 miles
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LENOX STATION, MUSEUM & YARD TOUR SCHEDULE Lenox Station, our museum store, grounds and exhibits are open Saturdays and Sundays from 9AM to 4PM. TRAIN RIDES NOT AVAILABLE for the 2012 season....

Children's Museum of Southeastern Connecticut
Children's Museum of Southeastern Connecticut
(Niantic, CT)
46.83 miles
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The Children's Museum of Southeastern Connecticut is an interactive, hands-on, educational opportunity for children of all abilities — engaging, encouraging, and challenging children in the sciences,...

Connecticut Archaeology Center
(Storrs, CT)
19.72 miles
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The Museum of Natural History and Connecticut Archaeology Center are home to the University of Connecticut's Anthropological Collections and represents the single largest repository of Connecticut...

Connecticut River Museum
(Essex, CT)
41.56 miles
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Where the River comes to life. Located on the waterfront in historic Essex, the Connecticut River Museum is the perfect place to explore the heritage and experience the wonders of New Englands Great...

Connecticut Trolley Museum
(East Windsor, CT)
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The Connecticut Trolley Museum invites you to take a journey back in time and experience the transportation of yesterday. The museum features a variety of streetcars from the 1890s to 1950s, many of...

Dinosaur State Park
(Rocky Hill, CT)
19.59 miles
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Dinosaur State Park officially opened in 1968, two years after 2,000 dinosaur tracts were accidentally uncovered during excavation for a new state building. Five hundred of the tracks are now...

Lutz Childrens Museum
(Manchester, CT)
12.81 miles
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The mission of the Lutz Children's Museum shall be to provide a multi-faceted museum for children to explore culture, history, and the natural sciences through internal and external exhibits,...

New Britain Museum of American Art
(New Britain, CT)
21.08 miles
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The collections now number approximately 5,000 works of American art: 680 oils, 1,050 drawings (including watercolors and pastels), 860 graphics, 160 sculptures, 25 photographs, and 1,460...

Roaring Brook Nature Center
(Canton, CT)
15.97 miles
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Our present facility houses display's on local flora and fauna as well as changing seasonal exhibits. A replica of an Eastern Woodland Indian longhouse, a Beaver Wetland exhibit, a wildlife...

Springfield Science Museum
(Springfield, MA)
11.96 miles
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Visitors to the Springfield Science Museum will find a world filled with the wonders of natural and physical science. The Museum also is home to a live animal center with fish, insects, reptiles and...

The Dinosaur Place
(Oakdale, CT)
39.81 miles
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Discover a land before time at The Dinosaur Place™ where you can explore over 1.5 miles of prehistoric trails in a 60-acre dinosaur-themed park filled with 30 life-sized dinosaurs.

The Mark Twain House
(Hartford, CT)
12.61 miles
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At The Mark Twain House, we want to make museums fun for kids and adults. A great way to get children excited about visiting The Mark Twain House & Museum is to better acquaint them with Mark Twain...

The Submarine Force Museum
(Groton, CT)
45.88 miles
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Submarines have fascinated people from Alexander the Great to the Beatles, from Jules Verne to John Holland. You'll find out why when you visit the nation's finest displays and collections of...

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