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Audubon Center at Bent of the River
Audubon Center at Bent of the River is located right here in Southbury. The Audubon is open seven days a week from dawn to dusk and is a picturesque tour of the wildlife and scenery that call Southbury home.
Woodbury Antiques Trail
Quassy Amusement Park
This is a famous spot for families and children to have a blast! Exciting and fun-filled rides and attractions include swimming and boating on beautiful Lake Quassapaug as well as Saturation Station—home of the giant Tunnel Twister water slides. On your next visit, make Quassy a high priority family destination for a day of affordable fun.
Woodbury Ski Area
Located right next door in Woodbury, this is a wonderful winter stop for snow tubing and an avalanche of other fun winter activities like skiing and snowboarding. During the summer months, you’ll enjoy great river tubing, zip lining and more!
Lake Compounce Theme & Water Park
The Connecticut Wine Trail
The Charles Ives Center
The Charles Ives Center in nearby Danbury features hiking trails and picnic groves along with an open-air amphitheater, where you can enjoy outstanding concerts throughout the summer months.
The American Clock & Watch Museum
The Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden
Located in the heart of Bethlehem, this landmark home and garden was built in 1754 and served as the home of Bethlehem's first minister. Filled with American and European antiques, the property also features a formal parterre garden with a collection of roses, peonies and lilacs.
Seven Angels Theatre
Connecticut Antique Machinery Association Museum
This eight-acre museum is dedicated to preserving, restoring and exhibiting antique machinery from our country’s industrial and agricultural past. Highlights include farm equipment, large and small combustion engines, a working sawmill and a variety of operational trains, including the Hawaii Railway Co. #5, a 1925 Baldwin steam locomotive.
The Palace Theater
Located in Waterbury, this historic gem has been recently restored to its original early 1920s grandeur. Today, the theater hosts a wide range of performances, from plays, musicals and dance to concerts, movies, opera, symphonies and more.
The Heritage Hotel and
522 Heritage Road,
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