It goes without saying that the Nutmeg State’s large cities have plenty of attractions, from museums to restaurants and plenty more. But we have so many fantastic small towns in Connecticut that are also worth a visit. The idea of an idyllic small town in New England peppered with white church-filled countrysides is a stereotype for a reason. Whether you’re in the lush rolling grandeur of the Litchfield Hills or tucked away in the Quiet Corner, there are quaint and charming little small towns all over the state. These places may be lacking in population, but they’re full of natural beauty, boutique shops, and tasty corner cafes. One of our favorite small towns in Connecticut for a weekend getaway is Colebrook. It’s home to under 1,500 people, but there’s a lot to explore. Here are some of the top attractions in Colebrook, CT:

What are some of your favorite attractions in Colebrook, CT? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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