Here Are 9 Of The World’s Biggest Things Hiding Right Here In Connecticut You Need To Experience
It’s hard to believe that this small state has some of the world’s largest things inside of its borders, but it does, and the things we have are pretty cool! We aren’t talking about the biggest ball of twine or the largest ketchup bottle – our stuff is much, much better than that. Check out nine of the world’s largest attractions in Connecticut:
Did you know about all of these huge things in Connecticut? Which ones have you been to? Which ones are you going to add to your bucket list?
We bet you don’t know all of these fun facts about the Nutmeg State!
World's Largest Attractions in Connecticut
What are some fun roadside attractions in Connecticut?
Connecticut might be a small state, but it’s not without its list of quirky, interesting, or otherwise fun roadside attractions. In fact, would you believe that there’s so many we can’t list them all in this single paragraph? It’s true! There are tons – you might need a whole year to do them all. For example, did you know that the oldest amusement park in the United States is hiding in Bristol? And while you’re in Bristol, you’ll also want to check out the Witch’s Dungeon Classic Movie Museum, and the New England Carousel Museum, too. In Danbury, you can find the John Oliver Memorial Sewer Plant (as seen on TV!), and in Goshen, you can find a strange but oddly interesting taxidermy exhibit. The list truly does go on, and you can find fun roadside attractions in Hartford, Waterbury, Uncasville, Stratford… we can truly just keep going, but we think you get the idea.
What are some unique things to see in Connecticut?
Connecticut has its fair share of offbeat roadside attractions, but it’s also got some unique and totally splendid stuff, too. Seriously, don’t ever let the tiny size of this beautiful state fool you; it is absolutely jam-packed with things to do, see, and experience, many of which you won’t find anywhere else. In Middletown, you can check out a truly mesmerizing waterfall that goes strong even in the winter. It’s called Wadsworth Falls, and it’s enchanting. Everyone must see it at least once – and don’t forget a camera, because it’s going to bring out your inner landscape photographer. In Barkhamsted, you can find a dam that literally looks like something out of an old fairy tale; it’s a stone, castle-like work of art. It’s only 75 years old – but it looks much older! We’re also home to the last wooden whaling ship remaining in the world – it was built in 1841. For more information about each of these and then some, check out this article of ten unbelievable places to visit in Connecticut ASAP.