Home to some of the nation’s oldest institutions, Hartford is a destination that has seamlessly woven a rich historical past into a vibrant modern city. Enjoy tantalizing bites at over 40 local restaurants, see a show at one of the nation’s leading resident theaters, or better yet, do it all!
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New England Air Museum | 36 Perimeter Rd
About 30 minutes outside of Hartford, located in Windsor Locks, CT, lies an extensive collection of aircraft, engines, and exhibits.
Fit & Fun
Elizabeth Park | 1561 Asylum Ave
A 102-acre park filled with walking trails, ponds, a leisure park, and the third largest rose garden in the country.
Bushnell Park | 1 Jewell Street
On Trinity Street, this public sanctuary is filled with rare trees, a historic carousel, and beautiful fountains and statues, includes self-guided tours.
For the Foodie
Max Downtown | 185 Asylum Street
A staple for over 30 years in downtown, Hartford, this upscale spot serves prime cuts and seafood, including an extensive wine list.
Trumbull Kitchen | 150 Trumbull Street
A globally eclectic menu emphasizing intense flavors and satisfying textures, progressive cross-cultural dishes, familiar foods from around the word, “family style” tables.
Capa di Roma | 358 Burnside Ave
A family owned restaurant since 1982, enjoy traditional Italian fare and family dining.
Peppercorns Grill | 357 Main Street
A taste of Italy in a warm, intimate environment.
Firebox Restaurant | 539 Broad Street
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