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The Heart of Connecticut Bristol, Connecticut is just two hours from Boston and New York and just an hour from the shoreline. It’s a place where you will find a hidden New England treasure abundant with attractions, special events, and colorful history to enjoy. From the natural beauty of picturesque hills and fall foliage, to the high tech satellite dishes of ESPN, Bristol’s “City sized” with a small town vibe, offering wonderful memories no matter your pace. So whether you’re vacationing, passing through, or staying a little longer, Bristol will fill the perfect piece in your heart.
Nestled in the foothills of the Berkshires, atop Johnnycake Mountain, Burlington is steeped in history and community. You will see rustic barns, historical buildings, open space with natural charm.
In addition to the featured destination, you can hike some of the town’s 30 miles of the Blue Trail, ride a mountain bike trail or fish, kayak or canoe on the Farmington River. Relax afterwards with coffee and a scone at Renaissance Farms, ice cream at the Frozen Gnome, or a bite to eat at once of the local restaurants. Pick up a beautiful plant at Larson’s Greenhouse or fresh vegetables at a nearby farm stand. Enjoy the town green, surrounded by the Elton Tavern and other 19th century buildings. On one-room school house is just a few steps away.
Harwinton maintains its hometown rural atmosphere while closely managing its growth. It boasts a land trust which owns nearly 200 acres of open space featuring trails and wildlife observation areas. Its two historic districts feature homes from the 18th century through the 20th century. Hawinton’s annual country fair is one the oldest agricultural fairs in New England.
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