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More to See on Your Connecticut Vacation
We doubt you’ll run out of things to do and see during Connecticut vacations, but there is always more when you travel beyond state lines. Review our exciting day trips below and book your vacation to Connecticut today with Water’s Edge Resort.
23 America's Cup Avenue
Located in the heart of downtown Newport, the Newport Visitors Information Center features one-stop shopping to help create a memorable Newport visit! Offering everything from maps and attraction tickets to public restrooms as well as a convenient place to park, the center also welcomes visitors with a gift shop and a Dunkin Donuts. Newport Visitors Information Center is the certainly the place to begin your visit to this fascinating area.
One West Exchange Street
Following decades of historic preservation and smart developments, Providence has soared to new heights as a renowned travel destination. The eclectic New England city has become a star for tourists and was considered "The Best Place to Live in the East" multiple times.
424 Bellevue Ave
America's premier collections of historic houses and gardens, located in scenic Newport, Rhode Island. Discover a realm of exceptional elegance and inspiration in architecture, art, interior design and landscapes.
Two Copley Place, Suite 105
Find over 1000 points of interest, event listings and descriptions, and family friendly things to do on your trip Boston and the Greater Boston area. Stop in at the Visitor Information Centers on Boston Common and Prudential Towers (Center Court) for additional information including maps, brochures; phone calling cards, Visitor MBTA passes and sightseeing tours.
New York City, NY
New York State Tourism Council
The total area of New York State is 54,471.144 square miles. The geographic center of New York State is located in Madison County, approximately 12 miles south of Oneida and 26 miles southwest of Utica. There are four mountain ranges in New York State: Adirondack, Catskill, Shawangunk and Taconic. The highest point in New York State is Mount Marcy, Essex County in the Adirondacks - 5,344 feet above sea level. Although New York is one of the biggest cities in the world, visiting is easy with so much to see and do!