When guests visit Nomads Adventure Quest, their heads start spinning as fast as the Whirling Dervish spinning-teacups ride?with so many attractions under one roof, it's difficult to know where to start. Read on for a breakdown of all the activities:
Athletic Endeavors: Visitors can burn a few calories as scaling the ancient-ruin rock wall.
High-Tech Attraction: Engage in battle in the shadowy 3,500-square-foot laser-tag arena, where glowing towers are the only source of light.
Classic Diversions: Kids can practice driving on the bumper cars, while their friends can practice being insurance claims adjusters to see who crashed into whom.
Best Attraction for the Little Ones: a multilevel playscape with a twisting yellow slide
Where to Refuel: Instead of eating arcade tokens to gain more power, guests can nosh on American classics such as pizza, burgers, and ribs at Red's Tavern.
Stop by Sonnys Place in Somers for flavorful fare and refreshments.
Dine out in the open during Sonnys Place's summer season when patio tables are available for use.
Just through the door at Sonnys Place, you can claim your food. No delivery required.
Take your vehicle to dinner
nearby parking is plentiful and will not pose a problem for drivers looking to dine.
Marx Entertainment founder Mark Ashe helped transform the role of the disc jockey in party culture since performing at a nightclub in 1979. For the past 30 years, Ashe built out the Marx group with a cadre of award-winning DJs, camera operators, and casino dealers that can upgrade any mere shindig into an extravaganza. Weddings, corporate parties, mitzvahs, and school events all harness Marx production services to make soirees more exhilarating than a game of Pin the Laser Tail on the Ice Sculpture.
Hartford Symphony Orchestra's St. Patrick's Day Celebration regales ears with classic Celtic tunes commemorating the feast of Ireland's patron saint. Visiting from his usual perch at the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra, conductor Gerald Steichen leads an army of instruments as it elevates the shimmering tenor of veteran singer Robert White, who has been nourishing auditory synapses since his radio debut in 1948. White fills listeners with Irish pride until they burst with clover leaves by belting out such distinctly Hibernian tunes as "Danny Boy," a slow, anthemic composition that resonates in the hearts of Irish emigrants. Renowned Irish fiddler Jeanne Freeman also fuels high-octane jigs with skills gleaned from County Donegal native P.V. O'Donnell.
Reservations/Appointments: Required, only open on Saturdays and Sundays
Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours
Pro Tip: We are a locally owned family business who want to help you make your party memorable.
While some try to reinvent themselves with a new job or workout regimen, others simply enjoy the opportunity to temporarily slip from their workaday life into the thrilling mystery of a new persona. At Connecticut Stage Supply, more than 15,000 disguises dwell on the shelves, awaiting the opportunity to help wearers hit the town as someone else. The shop carries costumes, wigs, masks, and makeup for occasions including Halloween, Christmas, and New Years' Eve. Their inventory includes outfits for men and children, along with flirty outfits for women and realistic uniforms that mimic the garb of professions including cops, doctors, and costume shop inspectors.