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Select An Interest Time for Two Family Fun Active Adventures Arts, History & Culture
- Put on your jeans and sneakers and head for farm country. At Bloomfield’s 4-H Farm Resource Center, I-91 Exit 35 or I-84 Exit 41, you’ll find everything from barnyard animals to modern biotechnology on a 120 acre working farm. Fly over to Sky Endeavors on Brown Street for a hot air balloon ride over the beautiful Farmington River Valley. When you get back to earth, wander through the 222 wooded acres at Wilcox Park in Bloomfield.
- Overnight nearby and next morning continue your adventure with a visit to Old New-Gate Prison & Copper Mine, I-91 Exilt 40 in East Granby. Explore the tunnels and mine shafts where the Connecticut Colony kept its prisoners in the late 1700?s. Bring your golf clubs for a relaxing 9 holes at nearby More Info