Visit Mystic – Top 10 Things To See & Do in Mystic, CT

Visit Mystic – Top 10 Things To See & Do in Mystic, CT

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    The maritime city of Mystic, CT has numerous activities for tourists of all ages, whether visiting Mystic Seaport a rebuilt New England seafaring village, or trying a local ale at Beer'd brewing to enjoying all that the ocean has to offer, Mystic is great for vacations and holidays.
    Here we go through our Top 10 Things to See & Do in Mystic, CT
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    Copyright Mark Wolters 2014

    14 thoughts on “Visit Mystic – Top 10 Things To See & Do in Mystic, CT

    1. There’s a lot more to CT other than Mystic.
      1. Essex steam train and riverboat
      2. Peabody museum/Yale art gallery in New Haven
      3. Frank Pepe’s pizza in New Haven
      4. There are multiple apple orchards and winery’s all over the state for tourists to enjoy
      5. Travel along route 1. There are hundreds of great locally owned businesses and restaurants open year round that have the New England feel that you’re looking for

    2. My family has a boat in mystic and we have a membership at the seaport and I go to sailing camp there I also have a member ship at the aquarium

    3. Oh man Mark! We stumbled across this one today, and this is absolutely being added on the vacation list!

    4. Mystic definitely has great eats in the area. We used to go to the John Edwards winery for a wine tasting and then drive down to the Mystic Pizza II for lunch. Omg delicious.

    5. If you love the sea and the history of New England shipping, fishing and whaling then the Mystic Seaport musuem is a must see! I live in CT and go at least once a year. There is nothing like being onboard and walking around these historic ships. Also, go for a sail on the 20' catboat for a great view of things from the water. When my son was younger he always was allowed to take the helm and help the captain … priceless memories!

    6. I kinda hesitate to mention it because it gets so many visitors as it is, but B.F. Clydes Cider mill is only a few miles away, and is the oldest steam powered cider mill in the U.S. that you can see pressing the mash. Great ciders, including a variety of hard ciders if you choose, and a lot of locally produced preserves and canned goods. Only open seasonally in the fall, so check their website before you go.

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