Explore One of Connecticut's Unique Trails

Connecticut Art Trail: A Feast for the EyeS

    Explore the Connecticut Art Trail ... seventeen world-class museums and historic sites from bucolic farms, art studios and former artists' boarding houses to grand and modern art museums in vibrant downtowns. Discover diverse, quality collections rich in history and heritage, including European masterpieces, American Impressionism, ancient art and contemporary culture.


    Yale University Art Gallery, Photo Credit: Michael Marsland/Yale University

    CT Beer Trail: In Search of the Perfect BreW


      The CT Beer Trail features events, local craft breweries and tours, local brands, brew clubs, and popular taverns. For complete listings and information visit ctbeertrail.net.  

      Breweries featured on the CT Beer Trail:

      Thomas Hooker Brewing Company, Olde Burnside Brewing Company, New England Brewing Company, Cottrell Brewing Company, Cavalry Brewing Company, City Steam Brewery, CafeBack East Brewing Company, Half Full Brewery, Relic Brewing, Two Roads Brewing Company, Beer'd Brewing Co., Thimble Island Brewing Co., Overshores Brewing Company, Southport Brewing Company Restaurant & Brewery, Shebeen Brewing, Top Shelf Brewing, Broadbrook Brewing, Firefly Hollow Brewing

      Local brands: Cambridge House Brewing Company, Stony Creek Brewery, Weed Brewing Company

      Additionally a number of breweries are in an early phase of development. The following is a list of those future breweries currently associated with this site: Lost Elm Artisinal Ales, Black Pond Brewing, Stubborn Beauty Brewing, No Worries Brewing

      Connecticut Wine Trail: Taste the AdventurE


        Welcome to one of the most exciting and fastest growing wine regions in the United States. A tremendous variety of wine styles and stunning scenery are to be enjoyed as you meander throughout our beautiful state. The Connecticut Vineyard and Winery Association’s blue wine trail signs will help guide you to the 25 wineries comprising the Connecticut Wine Trail. Visit ctwine.com

        Photo Credit: Mimi Dudley