The best locally grown food cooked from scratch at our neighborhood restaurant or down on the farm with our popular benefit dinner series Dinners at the Farm.
Chef Joel Gargano’s scratch kitchen focuses on local products with a modern yet familiar approach to traditional Italian cooking.
Birthplace of the original productions of Man of La Mancha, Shenandoah, and Annie, and the first regional theatre to receive two Special Tony Awards for its outstanding achievements. Visit website
The steam locomotive pulls vintage coaches through the quintessential New England towns of Essex, Deep River and Chester, and the Becky Thatcher riverboat takes passengers on a 1¼-hour cruise on the Connecticut River past serene coves, marshes and historic sights including Gillette Castle, the East Haddam Swing Bridge, and the Goodspeed Opera House. Visit website
Unique fieldstone castle was home to legendary stage actor, William Gillette. The 184 acre park is situated on a hill overlooking the Connecticut River. Gillette best known for his portrayal of Sherlock Holmes on stage.
Living history museum consisting of a village, ships and 17 acres of exhibits depicting coastal life in New England in the 19th century.
Historic storybook New England Town located right on the Connecticut River with fine Shops – Artists Galleries – Inns and Restaurants.