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Mystic CountryMystic Country is an exciting and colorful destination blending the tranquility of classic New England seascapes and scenic rolling hills with rich cultural heritage and sophisticated, top-flight entertainment. Home to Mystic Aquarium, Mystic Seaport, Foxwoods Resort Casino and Mohegan Sun, Mystic Country covers the eastern third of Connecticut and coastal Rhode Island -- a convenient escape, located just a few hours by car or train from both Boston and New York City, and easily accessible from Hartford and Providence airports.

With so much to experience in beautiful Mystic Country, it‘s no wonder people travel from all over the world to explore this region of eastern Connecticut and southwestern Rhode Island. Mystic Country is complete with romantic getaways, world-class gaming, nightlife and entertainment, and fun for the whole family.

Our Yankee heritage is visible everywhere -- in charming villages surrounding classic town greens; scenic farm roads and ancient stone walls; waterfronts bustling with fishermen, ferries, and yachts. And here, like no where else in New England, you‘ll find a wealth of attractions and events of all sizes, appealing to all ages and interests. Welcome to Mystic Country!

Mysticcountry.com does a magnificent job of keeping apace with all that‘s going on in Mystic Country and makes sure that you know all about Mystic Country‘s many attractions, Lodging, Dining, Outdoor Fun, Casinos & Entertainment, ShoppingEvents.

If you‘re planning on visiting Mystic Country, which includes South Eastern Connecticut and Western Rhode Island, then, mysticountry.com has to be your first step in planning your trip.

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FoxwoodsWelcome to Foxwoods the experience of a world-class resort, to the comfort and style of our three extraordinary hotels.

Accommodations: Luxuriate in the majestic AAA Four Diamond rated Grand Pequot Tower, relax in the Great Cedar Hotel or immerse yourself in the New England charm of the Two Trees Inn. Whichever you choose, you‘ll enjoy the warmth and professionalism of our impeccable service staff--we guarantee that you are in good hands.

Gaming: Get your pulse racing with table games. There are over 380 to choose from. We feature 7,200 slots to choose from, including a smoke-free casino with over 500 slots. If poker‘s your game, Foxwoods is a charter member of the World Poker Tour in our state-of-the-art WPT World Poker room that boasts 114 tables and attracts international players from around the world.

Entertainment: The venues at Foxwoods offer something for everyone: championship fights, lounges, theatre, and concerts that fit your mood. At Foxwoods make it easy to find entertainment for all ages.

Great Dining: From refined gourmet dining to bountiful buffets and quick meals on the move, the choices are sure to satisfy your every culinary desire. There‘s a restaurant for every taste and budget, with a variety of atmospheres to satisfy whatever suits your mood.

Salon & Spa: In the world of perpetual motion, there is still a place where one can quiet the mind, calm the spirit and soothe the body. Indulge your senses and revitalize your spirit with a relaxing massage, mud wrap, hydrotherapy, whirlpool bath or a refreshing steam.

In addition, shopping at Foxwoods is an unforgettable experience.

And you can play golf. Lake of Isles is the ultimate golf experience providing breathtaking views on every hole. Our two new Rees Jones designed championship golf courses offer you the chance to refresh and recharge. Acclaimed designer Rees Jones has sculpted 36 unique holes from the natural topography. To find out more visit Foxwoods Home Page Now.

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    AMUSEMENT PARKS

Lake Compounce, 822 Lake Avenue, Bristol, CT 06010 860-583-3300

Ocean Beach Park, New London CT Ocean Beach Park 1225 Ocean Avenue New London, CT 06320 Local callers: 447-3031. Toll-free: 1-800-510-SAND(7263)

Quassy Amusement Park, Lake Quassapaug, Route 64 (2132 Middlebury Road) Middlebury, CT 06762 Phone: 1-800-FOR-PARK or 203-758-2913

    APPLE CIDER MILLS

Brown‘s Harvest, 60 Rainbow Road, Route 75 Windsor, CT 06095 860-683-0266

Lost Acres Orchard, 130 Lost Acres Road North Granby, CT 06060 Phone: (860) 653-6600.

    ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, 258 Main Street, Ridgefield, CT 06877, 203.438.4519

Bush-Holley House, 39 Strickland Road, Cos Cob, CT 06807, 203 869-6899 First impressionist art colony in the United States.

Florence Griswold Museum, 96 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT 06371, 860-434-5542

Housatonic Museum of Art, Bridgeport (Coastal Fairfield): 19th and 20th c. American and European art; African, Asia, Latin American collections; Connecticut artists

Lyman Allyn Art Museum, 625 Williams Street, New London, CT 06320 (Exit 83 off of I-95), 860 443-2545, Colonial, Federal and American Impressionist collections.

New Britain Museum of American Art, 56 Lexington Street, New Britain, CT 06052 860.229-0257

New England Center for Contemporary Art, 7 Putnam Place Brooklyn,CT 06234 Tel. (860) 774 8899.

Hill-Stead Museum, 35 Mountain Road, Farmington, CT 06032, 860.677.4787 Monet, Manet, Degas

Slater Memorial Museum, 108 Crescent Street, Norwich, CT 06320, 860) 887-2506Greek, Roman, Renaissance casts; American collection, 17th c. to present; native America, Africa, Asian European collections

Wadsworth Atheneum 600 Main Street, Hartford, CT 06103, (860) 278-2670

Weir Farm National Historic Site, Weir Farm NHS, 735 Nod Hill Road, Wilton, CT 06897, (203) 834-1896

Whitney Museum of American Art, 400 Atlantic St, Stamford, CT 06901, 203-358-7630

William Benton Museum of Art, 245 Glenbrook Rd, Storrs Mansfield, CT 06269, 60.486.1705; American and European, 16th c. to present

Yale Center for British Art, 1080 Chapel Street, New Haven, Connecticut 06520-8280 203 432 2800; Elizabethan period to present. Re-opens Jan. 1999

Yale University Art Gallery, 1111 Chapel Street (at York Street), New Haven, CT 06520-8271, 203.432.0600; 10,000 objects from ancient Egypt to present; French impressionist collection includes Manet, Monet, van Gogh; Picasso; and one of the world‘s finest collections of American painting and decorative art

    CORN MAZES

Bishop‘s Orchards, 1355 Boston Post Rd. Guilford, CT 203 458-PICK

Brown‘s Harvest, 60 Rainbow Road, Route 75 Windsor, CT 06095 860-683-0266

Bunnell Farm, 524 Maple Street Litchfield, CT 06759 860-567-9576

Ellsworth Hill Orchard & Berry Farm, Family Owned and Operated 461 Cornwall Bridge Road, Route 4 Sharon, CT 06069 860-364-0025

Foster Family Farm, 90 Foster Street South Windsor, CT 06074 Phone: 860-648-9366

Larson‘s Farm and Market, Larson‘s A-Maizing Maze 401 Federal Road( Route 7) Brookfield, CT 06804 Phone: 203 -740-2790.

Lyman Orchards, Corn Maze! August 30, 2008 - October 26, 2008 Located at the Junction of Routes 147 & 157 in Middlefield, CT 06455 860-349-1793

March Farm, 160 Munger Lane Bethlehem, CT 06751 203.266.7721

Merrow Maze, Merrow Road Just Off Route 32 between Routes 195 & 44 Storrs, CT 860-805-FARM (3276)

Pell Farm, 96 Kibbe Grove Road Somers, CT 06071 Phone: 860.749.3582

Paul‘s & Sandy‘s Too (Pumpkintown USA, 93 E. High Street East Hampton, CT 06424 860-267-0143

Plasko‘s Farm, 670 Daniels Farm Road Trumbull, CT 06611 Phone: 203- 268-2716 Tel: 203- 268-2716

Pumpkinseed Hill Farm, 130 Beardsley Road Shelton, CT 06484 203.929.8425

Quintessential Gardens, at Fort Hill Farms 260 Quaddick Road Thompson, CT 06277 Phone: 860-923-3439.

R-Farm, 353 Tobacco Street Lebanon, CT 06249 Phone: 860-303-2366.

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