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  • Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
    Featuring a casual ambience, Aetna Theatre cafe is a great place to study and relax. Parties of any size can easily be seated at Aetna Theatre. The restaurant takes reservations, so you can plan your next get-together ahead of time. Dress to impress before heading out — formal wear is a must here. Those driving to Aetna Theatre can choose to find street parking or leave their vehicle in the nearby lot. Your tab at Aetna Theatre will usually run to about $30 per guest. Stop what you're doing and start heading to Aetna Theatre's amazing cafe today!
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    600 Main Street
    Hartford, CT US
  • Connecticut Commission On Culture and Tourism
    Treat your eyes to some world-class art at Hartford's Connecticut Commission On Culture and Tourism. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    1 Constitution Plz
    Hartford, CT US
  • Connecticut Science Center
    Today, science lets children as young as 7 years old stand in the eye of a hurricane and fly over the surface of Mars—at least at the Connecticut Science Center. The multi-sensory Science Center encourages all ages to explore the exciting side of natural and man-made phenomena. Whether they're braving gale-force winds in the hurricane simulator or engaging with exotic critters in the live animal touch tank, visitors play an active role in the Science Center's more than 165 hands-on exhibits. In the Sight and Sound Experience, adventurers feel sound vibrations, experiment with lasers and movement, and see themselves in 360 degrees, whereas Planet Earth encourages them to probe for fossils in a real seabed core. Exploring Space journeys outside the atmosphere with moon rocks and an up-close visit to a black hole, before Invention Dimension, which features LEGOs, returns to Earth so that fledgling engineers can build their own amazing structure and test Rube Goldberg-style machines without calculating the effects of zero gravity. Recently, the Science Center welcomed its newest resident: a sound-equipped animatronic dilophosaurus, whose reptilian movements and noises recreate the goosebumps felt during the species' starring role in Jurassic Park. Robotics also plays a central role in Forces in Motion, which introduces the fundamentals of engineering and design by letting visitors shoot a basket with the help of an enormous robot. The Science Center's dedication to machine life also extends to its programs with a summer teen robotics program and camps during school vacations. Beyond the permanent exhibits, the museum is also a frequent stop for headline-grabbing traveling exhibits from around the country. The Science Center also houses learning areas suited to its smaller guests: in KidSpace, ages 3–6 splash in a water play area, experiment with a wall of magnetic balls, and test their object recognition in searching activities designed by I Spy author Walter Wick. Other child-friendly areas include Critter Corner, Lunar Lander, and Tiny Town—the latter consisting of giant foam building blocks. Beyond the exhibits, a state-of-the-art 3D digital theater screens science-focused films, and four educational labs host special programs such as summer exploration camps and professional development for educators. On-site Subway and FroyoWorld restaurants, meanwhile, keeps visitors fueled. All of this adventure unfolds in the Science Center's sleek building, which honors its green architecture with a rooftop garden boasting panoramic views of Hartford.
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    250 Columbus Blvd
    Hartford, CT US
  • Charter Oak Cultural Center
    When life affords you a little free time, check out the cultural artifacts at Charter Oak Cultural Center in Hartford. Check out the restaurant at this museum for a delicious meal. Having trouble finding that family-friendly activity everyone will love? This museum is made for all ages, so little ones are welcome to come along, too. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    21 Charter Oak Ave
    Hartford, CT US
  • The Antiquarian & Landmarks Society
    Get ready for some serious visual stimulation at Hartford's Antiquarian Landmark Society, where art experts and novices come together. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    255 Main Street
    Hartford, CT US
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe Center
    "Her words changed the world," reads the website for the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center. "What will you do?" As the author of the 1852 novel Uncle Tom's Cabin, Stowe's moving prose helped expose the brutal reality of slavery in the United States. Today, her family home still stands in honor of her memory, welcoming guests as a museum and historic site. Visitors step into the past via the front door, stopping by the front parlor to see where the Stowes gathered to take tea, play games, and debate the pressing issues of the day. The ground floor also houses some of the Stowes' original furnishings, including a dining room table and Harriet's own oil and watercolor paintings. The second floor offers a more personal look at the author's day-to-day life through touches such as her hand-painted furniture, as well as a terrarium that reflected her love of nature. Guided tours can provide further insight into the life of a woman who, in a time period marked by prejudice and turmoil, nevertheless spoke in favor of equality and change.
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    77 Forest St
    Hartford, CT US

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