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5 Fun Family Things To Do In Connecticut

Senior life at its best is in Connecticut! If you are considering retiring in this great state, you ought to know the top five great things to do in this packed full of fun state!

1. In New Haven there is the Yale University Art Gallery. You do not want to miss this! If you check out TripAdvisor you will see their ratings are very high. It has old world charm, lots of character, and it is larger than you think it might be. It has that awe factor and sense of old times. It is the oldest college art museum in the United States. Also admission is FREE! Yippie!

2. Mystic Seaport is the place to be as well. Whether you are looking to visit or perhaps are looking for shoreline senior living in Connecticut, this is the place for you! Mystic Seaport is the country’s leading maritime museum that was founded back in 1929. Check things out online and see when you want to visit to scope things out. Your tour and walkabout is estimated/recommended to take about two to three hours. If you are planning on living nearby, then your stay will be pleasantly much longer.

3. Aquarium time! There are 2 noteworthy aquariums in Connecticut: Mystic Aquarium and The Maritime Aquarium. Both of them are fun for all ages! Would be a neat time to spend with grandparents and their grandchildren. Oh and the parents too if they are interested as well.

4. Visit Olde Mistick Village! No Mistick was not spelled wrong. In this case, this is how Mistick is spelled, although it is located in Mystic. Are you confused yet? How about taking a visit and seeing for yourself what it is like to visit a lovely old-time village that is fun to explore and shop around at. The eateries are quite delightful as well!

5. Rounding off the list is the Stamford Museum and Nature Center in Stamford. Love the outdoors? This is a specialty museum just for you and your family to explore at. You may even consider being annual members here.

Connecticut is of course not limited to this short list of top 5 things to do while in Connecticut. Take your time, come visit the people and places you came to visit and consider if Connecticut is the right state for you to call home.