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Established in 2001, the Fairfield Theatre Company Stage One has become one of the leading art and cultural centers in Fairfield. And the focus is not just on one aspect of art as drama, live music, dance and plethora of other cultural events have been held here in the past. Famous national artists like Conor Oberst, Kris Allen, Graham Parker along with his fantastic rock band The Figgs, and several others have repeatedly performed here. The shows held at Fairfield Theatre Company are quite popular and the seats limited, so make sure you book the tickets of your favorite artist in advance to avoid disappointment.
Opened for the general public on September 16, 2007, the Fairfield Museum and Historic Center is a monumental museum and library dedicated to the history of Fairfield, Connecticut. The museum boosts of a terrific collection of clocks, costumes and textiles, military items, dolls and toys, artistic furniture, and architectural fragments. Through the wide array of exhibitions, the museum offers tourists a glimpse of the state's colonial roots. A major highlight is the Landscape of Change exhibition, which reflects on Fairfield’s heritage.
The Westport Observatory, formerly known as Rolnick Observatory, is an observatory in Westport. Perched at the highest point upon the old BR-73 Nike missile site in the town, it has been operated by the Westport Astronomical Society since 1975. Featuring a dome observatory, it regularly hosts space and science programs for all ages. Visit the observatory to observe the planets and the solar systems through telescopes, know more about space and the stars from the friendly staff, and immerse yourself as you learn about the secrets of the universe.