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The Klein Memorial Auditorium is a historical venue, built in 1940 in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The auditorium showcases musical concerts, recitals, graduations and meetings. It plays a major role in bringing the communities together through the medium of fine arts. Visitors have often found themselves captivated with the beauty of the venue and the splendid performances showcased.
John F. Kennedy Stadium opened in 1964 is named after the 35th President of America. It is a multipurpose stadium and is the home ground of, Central High School. The stadium is used for hosting football, soccer, lacrosse tournaments. It is also used for track and field races which includes jumping and running races. The stadium has hosted various historic tournaments, Atlantic Coast Football tournament, hosted in 1973 is one of them. It is also used as a concert ground and hosts various cultural events for patrons.
The Seaside Park in Bridgeport, Connecticut is a luscious park with plenty of recreational activities for visitors. The increasing population, led to the development of the park systems in Bridgeport and the Seaside Park in particular is of historical importance. The park has many trails for hiking enthusiasts as well as picnic areas and a beautiful beach. The fabulous view and the splendid coastline, entices tourists from all over.
The renowned Eells-Stow House is a monumental house situated in the Milford region of Connecticut. It was supposedly constructed somewhere around 1720, and is named after the Eells family that stayed here. Currently managed by the Milford Historical Society, it was incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.