Connecticut July 07, 2018
13 Unimaginably Beautiful Places In Connecticut That You Must See Before You Die
The state of Connecticut may be tiny but that doesn’t mean we aren’t home to some of the prettiest places on Earth. Some are natural wonders and some are man-made places, but each one is uniquely beautiful. Take a look at this jaw-dropping Connecticut scenery.
1. Enders Falls, Granby
This top-rated waterfall draws many visitors year round. Hike to Enders Falls and be mesmerized by this treasured gem.
2. Elizabeth Park, West Hartford
Elizabeth Park with its famous tunnel of roses will always attract attention from the public. Stroll the grounds and enjoy the full scope of what this lovely public garden has to offer.
3. Walnut Beach, Milford
Our shoreline is quite charming, but catch the light just right and it becomes otherworldly. A stunning sunrise at Walnut Beach will always take you by surprise.
4. Gillette Castle, East Haddam
This man-made stone castle rises from the ground like a medieval dream. Gillette Castle State Park is one of the most popular attractions in the Nutmeg State and there's no question as to why it draws so many to its gates.
5. Kent Falls, Kent
Enjoy another cascading natural fountain at Kent Falls. The rush of the water and the gorgeous surroundings are sure to soothe you to the core.
6. Thimble Islands, Branford
Whether you are taking in the view of the Thimble Islands from afar or up close on a boat tour, these little gems out in the Long Island Sound are truly captivating.
7. Wadsworth Falls, Middlefield
Wadsworth Falls is another picture perfect spot that attracts many. The rumbling falls offer plenty of opportunity for sightseeing nature's beauty firsthand.
8. Saville Dam, Barkhamsted
Drop in and visit one of the most photographed spots in the state. The Saville Dam has a storybook feel that is fantastically enchanting. This spot definitely is a standout in the Connecticut scenery.
9. Lighthouse Point Park, New Haven
Lighthouse Point Park is particularly attractive at dusk and dawn. Let the sharp contrast of the lighthouse against a more subtle sky and water backdrop work its magic.
10. Old Drake Hill Flower Bridge, Simsbury
Volunteers in Simsbury come together each year to transform this footbridge into something delightful. The Old Drake Flower Bridge is adorned with hanging baskets and window boxes filled with colorful plants and flowers.
11. Silver Sands State Park, Milford
Reputed as one of the most spectacular beaches in the state, Silver Sands is a shoreline treasure. The quaint boardwalk crossing the marsh and glistening white sand makes this a sought out destination on the coast.
12. White Flower Farm, Litchfield
Perhaps not as well known as the other garden we showcased, White Flower Farm has to be seen to be believed. The abundance of flowers light up the farm with color and texture. Your senses will be overwhelmed with the sights and smells at this gorgeous place.
13. Tod's Point, Greenwich
Located on the Gold Coast, Tod's Point is a favorite haunt for photographers. Enjoy this shoreline spot for its abundance of natural beauty on the shoreline.
What do you think about this amazing Connecticut scenery? Is your favorite spot on this list? Or is there a beautiful place that we missed? Share your thoughts in the comments section.
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