Home of Beardsley Zoo

The most populous city in Connecticut, and the fifth largest in New England, Bridgeport was the first English settlement on the west bank of the Pequonnock River. Chartered as a city in 1836, Bridgeport with its booming population and diverse residents, this city has something for everyone.

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The Big City with Small Town Charm

The fourth largest city in  Connecticut, Stamford  has become a major business and financial hub boasting one of the highest concentrations of Fortune 500 headquarters in the country. With many attractions, sites to see, and places to go, Stamford is a thriving city and cultural center well worth visiting while in Connecticut.

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The Small Town Appeal of Essex

Author Norman Crampton mentioned Essex as one of America's best small towns in his 1995 book, ''The 100 Best Small Towns in America.'' This quaint and very Connecticut town is rich in historic attractions and scenic beauty.

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Hartford Connecticut’s Metro Museums

Hartford, the state capital, has a metropolitan feel with New England charm and beauty. Great dining choices, music and theater are all part of the package. Perched on the Connecticut River, Hartford has historic architecture, rich scenery, renowned public museums and weekly events for visitors and locals alike.

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Mystic's Coastal Charm

Mystic Connecticut is a town that radiates New England charm. It’s a seaside getaway nestled between Boston and New York and home of the Mystic Seaport, Mystic Aquarium, and Olde Mistick Village, making it a great seaside retreat for all interests and ages.

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