East 18.94acres West 18.05 acres Total: 36.99 acres 1 Playscape 1 Swing Set 1 Pond 166 Capitol Ave, Hartford, CT 06106 (860) 987-6000 Elevate the Spirit Over 30 million people – of five generations-coming to The Bushnell Over 20,000 performances exciting their senses, heart, mind, and soul Enriching, illuminating, energizing, and delighting the spirit of the community has been The Bushnell’s constant mission.
For over 80 years, The Bushnell has been central to life in Greater Hartford serving as its unique gathering place for arts, education, and community activities.
After all, you are within walking distance to Hartford Hospital, Bushnell & Colt Park, Constitution Plaza, Front Street entertainment, local eateries and everything Downtown for culture, education, and entertainment. 50 Reserve Rd, Hartford, CT 06114 (860) 713-3131 Just south of downtown, this Riverfront park features a dock for excursion boat service as well as a public boat launch. Take a walk along one of our paved and lighted river walks, or pack up a basket and enjoy a family outing in picnic areas complete with tables, a children’s playground and public restrooms. Hartford, CT 06103 Fun, Front and Center Come where the music is live, the tastes are sensational and the choices are bigger by the block.
In the Front Street District, you can dine, dance and do it all!
is a cultural and social organization that was created more than 85 years ago to foster and promote the common welfare of the Polish-American community in Hartford and its vicinity.
Our magnificent Art Deco building was built in 1930 and designated as a national historic landmark in 1983.
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Parking is easy, with two new, low-cost garages on both sides of Front Street. 60 Charter Oak Ave, Hartford, CT 06106 (860) 247-1784 The Polish National Home of Hartford, Inc.
Highlights include the Morgan collection of Greek and Roman antiquities and European decorative arts; world-renowned Baroque and Surrealist paintings; an unsurpassed collection of Hudson River School landscapes; European and American Impressionist paintings; Modernist masterpieces; the Serge Lifar collecton of Ballets Russes drawings and costumes; the George A.
The Park was one of the earliest public parks in the nation to be planned and built by a municipality as a graceful pastoral landscape rather than a formal European garden or New England square.
It has been an important gathering place, recreation ground and green city space for over 130 years.
Since opening its doors to the public in 1844, the Wadsworth Atheneum has paved the way for encyclopedic museums across the country, and has a rich legacy of Firsts.
It was the first museum in America to purchase works by Caravaggio, Frederic Church, Joseph Cornell, Salvador Dalí, and Joan Miró, and was the first in the country to exhibit major surveys of works by Italian Baroque masters, Surrealists, and Picasso.
Perhaps as important, the park serves as the landscape setting for the State Capital.