In The Litchfield Hills
For decades, the Litchfield Hills has been a haven for artists who want to focus their creativity and produce work freely. This has naturally lead to the opening of an abundance of artists, galleries, music venues, theaters, and schools throughout the region.
Engaging the public in building a strong and connected arts and culture community that is integral to the economic development and the collective well-being of our region.Explore The ProgramsBecome a Member
Non-Profit Organizations, Atheletics Organization
The Tapping Reeve House and Litchfield Law School takes visitors on a journey through the 19th century life of a real student who came to Litchfield for an education at the Litchfield Law School, the first law school in the nation.
The mural will be the largest indoor collaborative artwork in the world and honors work and workers in America. The mural serves as the center of AMP’s education programs, and seeks to inspire, to educate, to invite collaboration.
A place where children learn through hands-on and multi-sensory activities. A setting where children can practice developmental skills such as role-playing, sharing, communicating and self-control.
Recreational Activities, Restaurants, Skiing & Snowboarding
Historic road racing course featuring sports car races, high performance driving events, car shows and community events.
Livingston Ripley Waterfowl Conservancy is a non-profit organization dedicated to waterfowl and wetland conservation through research, education, and conservation action. Open to the public May-November and year round by appointment.
Travel the twisting mountain road or hike the rugged trail to the top, either way you will be astounded at the beauty of mountain laurel in June and the spectacular colors of foliage in the fall.
National Historic Landmark owned by The Falls Village-Canaan Historical Society. Lectures & events. Available for wedding and event rentals.
a non traditional Gallery showcasing artists from within the local radius to further afield
YMCA Camp Mohawk is opening as a Co-Ed Day camp for the first time in their 100 year history just during this pandemic.
Nature Center housing 70 species and over 450 birds from all over the world
An escape room designed to make education hands-on! Set in the year 1518, this puzzle adventure game explores how people lived in CT before European contact. Book your adventure today by going to www.wigwamescape.org
This department strives to provide a wide variety of activities for residents of all ages for all seasons.
Hike up Bloody Mountain to spectacular views of Cornwall Village. Pack a picnic lunch to enjoy at the picnic table at the top of the mountain. An easy ramble through the woods for 15 - 20 minutes with one very short uphill section.
Located in a historic downtown building, Five Points Gallery (FPG) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit contemporary art gallery showcasing professional regional, national and international visual artists.
Offering services, teachings and products that support healing and growth, while enhancing awareness, communication, good health, peace and consciousness.
Office location & exhibition space for Cornwall Conservation Trust
Conversations On the Green (COG), brings nationally recognized voices and artists to the Litchfield hills, supporting a mission to educate (and invigorate) the community through discussion of the country’s most provocative issues and ideas.
Recreation center with swimming pool.
Workout facility operated by the Litchfield Hills ROwing Club, offering exercise programs for all ages
Mount Tom State Park is a public recreation area lying south of US Route 202 in the towns of Washington, Litchfield, and Morris, Connecticut
Wander across the covered bridge, hike the falls, and feel the mist on your face as water cascades 250' down on its way to joining the Housatonic River.
To foster creative, hands-on learning through the arts: ASAP!
Music Mountain's primary mission is education through the performance of the chamber music literature, specifically music for string quartet.
Hart Farm Preserve was purchased by the Cornwall Conservation Trust in 2003. It consists of a total of 96 acres with lovely southern vistas from the top of Cherry Hill with picnic tables.
We seek to promote strategies that embrace the intersections of race, gender, religion, class, identity and the array of barriers that empower those that are marginalized in society.
Trinity Preserve creates 1,000 acres of continuous forest accessible to the public. Parking is located between 134 & 152 Dibble Hill Rd, W. Cornwall.
LCC is a non-profit organization serving Litchfield and the surrounding communities of Connecticut since 2000, offering daily creative, intellectual and recreational programs for all ages. Residents and non-residents are welcome to join us.