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.
Summer Day Camp and Wedding/Event Facility
Non-Profit Organizations, Atheletics Organization
Open to the public early April through the middle of May.
A Connecticut state forest. It was formerly the summer residence of Edith Morton Chase, daughter of Henry Sabin Chase, first president of the Chase Brass and Copper Company.
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.
The Cooley Preserve is an 84-acre parcel located on Cherry Hill Road in West Cornwall. The land is a mix of active farmland and forestland.
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.
Office location & exhibition space for Cornwall Conservation Trust
Ballyhack Preserve was named for the steep wooded ravine along Baldwin Brook. The Ballyhack contains 200 year old white pine and hemlock trees, including Connecticut's second tallest tree (143 foot, 31 inch diameter).
The Rattlesnake Preserve consists of 90 acres and features old stone bridges and a concrete well. An easy walk in the woods while slowing at the marsh. There, walkers should watch for logs and stones to walk across if there has been a lot of rain.
Recreational Activities, Restaurants, Skiing & Snowboarding
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.
Music Mountain's primary mission is education through the performance of the chamber music literature, specifically music for string quartet.
Health & Wellness, Ninja Warrior Training Center, Swimming and indoor sports activities
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.
CT's first farm winery located in bucolic Litchfield, CT on top of Chestnut Hill. Tasting bar open everyday to taste over ten wines made at the winery paired with local cheeses and chocolates.
Outdoor Sports & Recreation, Tourism, Speciality Merchandise, Holiday Gift Ideas
Non-Profit Organizations, Arts
Recreational Activities, Skiing & Snowboarding, Banquet Facilities
To foster creative, hands-on learning through the arts: ASAP!
A stunning nature museum nestled admist 4000 acres of open space. Programs for children and adults, camping, 40 miles of hiking trails, and more!
a non traditional Gallery showcasing artists from within the local radius to further afield
The mission of the Norfolk Library is to “enable learning and literacy, promote culture through the arts, and encourage the sharing of ideas.”
Museum, Archival material, genealogy, research, archival material the Historic Falls Village Railroad Depot. Lectures, events at the historic South Canaan Meetinghouse
A field and forest walk along an old farm road, with open fields and picturesque woodland. The parking area: in the Gold's Pine parking lot which is between the Little Guild of St. Francis Animal Shelter and the Cornwall Volunteer Fire Dept.
Beautifully situated on a sloping, terraced site in the rolling hills of Litchfield County, Hollister House Garden is an American interpretation of the classic English garden, formal in its structure but informal in its style of planting.
Operated by the Torrington Historical Society , this site includes permanent and temporary exhibit of local history plus a fantastic house museum
Critically acclaimed professional summer theatre presenting Broadway style musicals, new works and plays starring local talent and Broadway's best and brightest talent.
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.
Martial arts for everyone. Traditional training in a friendly, supportive (virtual) atmosphere. Ages 4-adult