Torrington is the largest city in Litchfield County, Connecticut and the Litchfield Hills region. It is also the core city of the largest micropolitan area in the United States. The city population was 36,383 according to the 2010 census.
Restaurants in Torrington
5.0 based on 112 reviews
This venue is absolutely gorgeous. One of Warner Brothers theaters from the 1950's originally a movie house. Now provides community theater, travelling professional shows, big name concerts, opera on the big screen, Nutmeg Ballet performances, a terrific attraction in downtown Torrington.
5.0 based on 88 reviews
Pursue the Clues offers live, interactive experiences in Torrington, Connecticut. Your group will use critical thinking and teamwork to accomplish a common goal within a 60-minute time limit. Bookings are available to the public on weekends and for private groups/corporate bookings on weekdays.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
Quaint and lovely, a step back in time.....historical in nature capturing the history of the area and the surrounding towns.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
KidsPlay Children's Museum is a destination for families located in the heart of downtown Torrington! KidsPlay operates over 11,000 sf of interactive, hands-on exhibits where children age 1 to 10 practice pre-academic skills, build curiosity and explore through developmental play. The Museum provides opportunities for informal family learning and presents learning concepts in fun ways that are meaningful and accessible to children. We have several fun, hands-on exhibits to play and interact with. We are ever-changing and evolving. Come check us out and watch as we continue to grow. Our interactive exhibit galleries are OPEN! We can’t wait for you to see the improvements we’ve made to our galleries and exhibits.
The Museum is open again and well organized for a safe fun visit during the pandemic. The staff were welcoming and parents and grandparents were enjoying their leisurely visit. Some of the hard to clean exhibits and props were stored away until safer times. There is still a nice morning or afternoon for fun and exploration. Take a snack because the museum has no vending or snack bar. If you live in the area or visit often a family membership is a bargain.
4.0 based on 80 reviews
We hiked the Walcatt trail around the Pond. It was an easy trail, as we are beginners and had two young kids with us (5 and 7). It took us two hours to complete the hike as we did make frequent stops near the water. It was shaded most of the way and had a nice breeze. You need to always watch where you are going as there are many tree roots and rocks to look out for!
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