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Located within the Peoples State Forest that stretches across 6.5 acres (2.6 hectares) of lush green land, this nature museum is one of Connecticut's finest. Founded in 1935 by a public work relief program known as the Civilian Conservation Corps, the museum is essentially a forest cabin primarily built of rubble stone that features a wide variety of exhibits that offer considerable knowledge regarding different species of flora and fauna along with various specimens of rocks and soil.
Discover a new side of distilling at Westford Hill Distillers where fruit is used as the main ingredient to make clear brandy. Meet the owners and get to know more about the product from the owners Margaret and Louis Chatey. You can get a hold of their product at the many beverage outlets throughout the country. Since they do not provide daily tours you can take a prior appointment with them for a personalized visit.
Education, events, film, dance and much more is the entertainment provided at Real Ways. The center is housed in an old typewriter factory and it functions as a multi-purpose venue which hosts theatrical productions, concerts, movies and art installations throughout the year. It's no wonder Real Art Ways is considered one of the best places to catch a show in Hartford.