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The lovely Housatonic River runs through Western Massachusetts and Connecticut for 139 miles (225 kilometers). The name of the river comes from the Mohican for "beyond the mountain place" and passes through the western side of the Berkshires. Throughout the year, the river hosts some of the biggest rowing events in New England, such as those of Yale crew and the New Haven Rowing Club.
The eminent Pequonnock River Railroad Bridge is the celebrated bridge that stretches across the Pequonnock River. This bridge handles the traffic of the Northeast Corridor, that includes rail lines of Amtrak and Metro-North.
The Webster Bank Arena at Harbor Yard is the perfect destination to spend an entertaining evening with your family, especially if you are into sports and music. With 33 executive suites, 13 loge suites and a seating capacity of 10000, what more could you want? The ambiance is very cozy and there is something to please and entertain guests of any age. Visit the web site and book your tickets now!
"Step right up, ladies and gentlemen, and feast your eyes on the smallest man in the world"; or so we can imagine the ringmaster's voice as he hosted the most famous three-ring circus in the world. If you want to do more than imagine, spend a day at this three-story museum, which chronicles the legendary PT Barnum's life, his dreams and accomplishments. Don't forget to stop in at the museum shop for a collection of circus memorabilia.
The Ball Park at Harbor Yard is a smaller baseball stadium located between Long Island Sound and Interstate 95 very close to Bridgeport Harbor. The viewing angles are all very good, and during sunny ball season, catching sight of the Atlantic or a Bluefish on the field are quite good.