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Connecticuts Best Attractions 2012

Connecticuts Best Attractions 2012
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Fort Hill Farms, Thompson
Feel calm after circling the lavender mazes. Sample fresh ice cream topped with blooms harvested each June. Skip around the corn maze, take a peek in the calf barn, or pick black currants. 260 Quaddick Road. 860-923-3439;

Coventry Regional Farmers’ Market, Coventry
The state’s largest opportunity for fresh food and fun: From June to October, booths line the grounds of the Nathan Hale Homestead, showcasing weekly themes such as wine, art, honey, and salsa 2299 South St. 860-742-1419;

Nathan Liverant & Son Antiques, Colchester
Once a Baptist meetinghouse, now filled with stellar 18th- and 19th-century American furniture, silver, paintings, and glass. Rare finds such as a sewing box owned by Herman Melville’s mother reflect this family’s decades of experience. 168 South Main St. 860-537-2409;

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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