Local Attractions

Bantam Lake

Bantam Lake and Sandy Beach ~ Located 10 minutes from Morris Mountain Fitness Center, cool off at Sandy Beach. East Shore Road, Morris, Ct. Floating dock with Slide, Swimming, lifeguards, concession stand, shaded picnic area, canoe launch, and fishing.


The White Memorial Conservation Center ~ 80 Whitehall Road Litchfield, Ct. 06759, 860-567-0857. The center is an environmental education center. It is surrounded by 4000 acres of protected land. Trails for hiking, cross country skiing, and jogging grace the landscape. It is also home to a Nature Museum and boardwalk, great for viewing bird life.


White Flower Farm ~ Route 63 Litchfield, Ct. 06759, 1-800-503-9624. Five acres of display gardens open free of charge to the public.


The Wisdom House Retreat and Conference Center ~ 229 East Litchfield Road Litchfield, Ct. 06759, 860-567-3163. An interfaith center that welcomes all who seek learning in a peaceful environment. There are indoor and outdoor sanctuaries that encourage one to think and pray. The Wisdom House is also home to a beautiful meditative labyrinth and a wonderful source for spiritual counseling.

The First Congregational Church
Litchfield, Ct.
The most photographed church in New England! The church was built in 1829 and rebuilt 100 years later.

The Warner Theater ~ 68 Main St. Torrington, Ct. 860-489-7180. A historic 1,700 seat theater that offers an exciting mix of entertainment.


The Livingstone Ripley Waterfowl Conservancy ~ 10 Duck Pond Road Litchfield, Ct. 860-567-2062


Lime Rock Park ~ A road course auto racing facility, located in Lime Rock Connecticut. The track is owned by Skip Barber. Skip Barber was a former race car driver. He started Skip Barber racing school. Each year he track hosts everything from ALMS and Grand-Am prototypes to NASCAR. Enjoy weekend amateur racing and driver training school events at Lime Rock! Lime Rock is unique among U.S. professional racetracks in that it has no grandstand or bleacher seating. Hillsides around the inside and outside of the track provide ample spectator areas and good sightlines of the track, contributing to the picnic atmosphere and park-like setting. The track does not charge for parking, and it continues a long tradition of not charging admission for children 12 and under.


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