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Connecticut Science Center

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Ellie And Tower
Ellie And Tower
July 1, 2020
Wonderful Science Center for everyone to enjoy
April 24, 2020
The CT Science Center is fun for the whole family with many interactive exhibits. Highly recommend!
March 6, 2019
Just a 15 Minute Drive into Downtown, Hartford
Shay & Tony
Shay & Tony
September 26, 2018
Science CenterLocated on Columbus Boulevard along the Connecticut River in Hartford, the Connecticut Science Center is a nine-story science museum and theater that opened in 2009. The center contains 40,000 square feet of interactive exhibits in its 154,000 square foot facility. The Connecticut…
November 22, 2017
Lots of hands on exhibits for kids to explore.

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Point of Interest
“Elizabeth Park is a city park located on Asylum Avenue. Covering an area of 102 acres, the site was owned by Charles M. Pond, who gave the land to the City of Hartford in 1894 and asked them to name the park after his wife, Elizabeth Pond. One of the most famous parts of the park is the Rose Garden. It is the oldest municipal rose garden in the U.S. and is made up of 15,000 rose bushes representing 800 varieties. If you are wondering what to do in Hartford CT with kids, this is a great place to visit. In addition to the rose garden, the park contains greenhouses, lawns, pathways, a pond, and tennis courts.”
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History Museum
“The Museum of Connecticut History is located in the meticulously restored and historic 1910 building that houses the State Library and Supreme Court. Its focus is on the state’s governmental, industrial, and military history, which it showcases through a range of permanent and temporary exhibits. The exhibits follow the State’s growth and development and the part it played in the development of the United States. The visit to the museum starts at Memorial Hall with a display of the portraits of former Connecticut Governors. The Hall also contains display boxes with important historical documents such as the State's original Royal Charter from 1662. ”
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250 Columbus Boulevard
Hartford, CT 06103
Téléphone+1 860-724-3623