Church of the Good Shepherd

← Attractions Church of the Good Shepherd One of the most grand and unique churches in all of New England. Take a tour and learn about its history and ties to the Colt family, including its many carvings of gun parts on the church’s exterior. Photos lovingly borrowed from Church of the Good Shepherd. VISIT […]

Isham-Terry House

← Attractions Isham-Terry House Take a guided tour of how the average Hartford-area household appeared and operated in the nineteenth century. Photos lovingly borrowed from Isham-Terry House. VISIT THEM 211 High StreetHartford, CT 06103 (860) 247-8996 Facebook-f Desktop

Circus Fire Memorial

← Attractions Circus Fire Memorial This series of memorials honors all those lost in the 1944 Hartford Circus Fire, one of the worst disasters in New England history. Located behind the Wish School, the original site of the circus fire. VISIT THEM 350 Barbour StreetHartford, CT 06120 Facebook-f Desktop

Pratt Street Historic District

← Attractions Pratt Street Historic District Spend some time on this gorgeous pedestrianized historic street in the center of downtown Hartford. Grab a wood-fired pizza, a perfect pint of Guinness, some chocolate covered fruit on a stick, a Cubano with a side of Papas Locas, or the best Korean Fried Chicken of all time. Or […]

Wadsworth Atheneum

← Attractions Wadsworth Atheneum There are some unbelievably famous paintings in this humungous and spectacular building. Like, dorm room poster famous. Bragging: It’s America’s oldest continuously operating public art museum. Photos lovingly borrowed from the Wadsworth. VISIT THEM 600 Main StreetHartford, CT 06103 (860) 278-2670 Facebook-f Instagram Desktop