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Musée d'art
“The Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art is the oldest continuously-operating public art museum in the United States, founded in 1842 by arts patron Daniel Wadsworth. Just an amazing collection of things to see.”
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Théâtre
“The Bushnell Performing Arts Center, located on Capitol Avenue, is a performing arts venue formerly known as the Bushnell Memorial Hall. Named after Horace Bushnell, a highly respected 19th century intellectual, and envisioned by his daughter Dotha Bushnell Hillyer, the center was constructed between 1929 and 1930 during the Great Depression as a memorial to her father. The center consists of several theaters, including the original Mortensen Hall and the Maxwell M. and Ruth R. Belding Theater. In addition to presenting performances including those by the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, the center has educational programs and community outreach programs such as Passport to the Arts and iQuilt.”
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Science Museum
“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 Science Center is one of the top Hartford attractions for families. The galleries include audio, tactile, and visual exhibits, among others. The Exploring Space gallery allows visitors to see a moon rock and moon craters, or go on a Venture to a Black Hole, while the River of Life teaches guests about the importance of the Connecticut River. ”
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Point of Interest
“Founded 52 years ago, the Hartford Stage is a well-known resident theater located on Church Street in Hartford. The theater presents revivals of classic plays and musicals as well as both American and international premiers of new and innovative works for stage. Educational outreach programs include after school programs, theater classes for adults as well as for children, theater residencies, student matinee performances, and much more. The theater also hosts a variety of events such as AfterWords Discussion and Sunday Afternoon Discussion where visitors can join cast members after a performance. There are also special performances for visitors who are vision impaired or hearing impaired.”
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Galerie d'art
“TheaterWorks Located at 233 Pearl Street, Hartford, Connecticut, 06103 Known for Theatre TheaterWorks is a professional theater group located at the Bushnell Towers & Plaza on Pearl Street in downtown Hartford. Founded in 1985, the company presents over 200 performances each season and has produced more than 130 plays, most of which are contemporary dramas. The theater company presents its performances in the large brick historic 1927 Art Deco Building with Moorish Revival details, a building that TheaterWorks bought in 1994. The building, now called City Arts on Pearl, is also home to galleries, office spaces, rehearsal rooms, and storage spaces. The intimate theater seats 195 people”
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Cinéma
“Movie Theatre has restaurant and bar. You can place your order to enjoy your dinner and drinks while you watch your movie.”
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Amusement Park
“The oldest publicly funded park in the U.S., Bushnell Park was envisioned by Reverend Horace Bushnell in the mid-19th century in order to give the people of Hartford a green open space, a concept that no other city in the U.S. had yet completed. With over 50 acres, the park features paths and groups of trees, a pond, a performance pavilion, a carousel, and the Corning Fountain. Memorials include the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch, which is dedicated to those who fought during the American Civil War, as well as the Horace Wells Monument. Listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, the park hosts concerts, festivals, and other events.”
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Restaurant américain
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“Seafood headlines the eclectic menu at this casual, industrial-chic eatery with a lively bar scene. ”
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Amusement Park
“Free Ice Skating in the Park Friday, November 24-Sunday, January 7 A beautiful, hand carved carousel that's over 100 years old (1914). Rides are only $1 Google to find out what events are happening - like Monday Night Jazz, the nation’s longest-running free jazz concert series, has been happening for 50 consecutive seasons (July-August)”
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Point of Interest
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Nouvelle cuisine américaine
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“Great place for drinks and food. Their Moscow Mule is great, as well as, Bolognese Pasta.”
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Premise
“35 MINUTES Windy Top Cottage offers "driver services" to and from the Union Station for New Jersey and New York guests. ”
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History Museum
“Built in 1796, the original seat of the state legislature is now a historical landmark & museum. The old pillory stocks seem a little surreal, make you feel like you're actually travelling back in time. Kids exhibits are wonderful, especially in the activities room, downstairs gallery, CT Kid Governor's office, and museum of oddities. Kids and adults will enjoy a visit here.”
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Restaurant
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“Wonderful Southern cuisine, frequent live music, free music on Thursdays Jazz, blues, soul, R&B, etc”
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Restaurant
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“Vegetarians, beware: Bear’s Smokehouse is an unapologetic carnivores’ heaven. The meat is delicately smoked in hickory and other fragrant woods, rubbed to perfection, and barbecued until it is charred on the outside and pink on the inside and falls off the bone. Chef Jamie “The Bear” McDonald has perfected his own sauces and rubs, and he chooses everything from the wood to the meat cuts very carefully. You can find all kinds of meat on the menu, from briskets, beef, pork, chicken, turkey, and sausages, along with a whole range of sides. The ambiance fits the feast – the restaurant is located in a converted garage and has a counter service and a sink.”
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Bar
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