Connecticut is a study in attraction and contrast. In one small state, you’ll find miles of sandy oceanfront shoreline, acres of forested hiking trails, and world-class museums, art and theater. Here family-friendly adventure parks and aquariums are just minutes from dynamic casino resorts and quaint, historic small towns — offering experiences that range from culinary to cultural, luxurious to laid-back. It’s the perfect place to unwind and recharge, all at the same time.
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5.0 based on 83 reviews
We have been to the Yard Goats Park with business associates and at other times with the grandkids! It's been a home run everytime! Making special arrangements is easy, the games are a blast, local awesome broadcaster Don Lovallo calls the games...The food choices are numerous and they are even a nutfree ball park. Hartford finally has a first class city attraction!
4.5 based on 799 reviews
Mohegan Sun Arena is now ranked consistently among the top venues in the world according to Billboard Magazine, Pollstar and Venues Today. It has won "Casino of The Year" at the Country Music Awards in 2008 & 2010 and in 2013, was voted "Arena Of The Year" at the G2E Global Gaming Conference in Las Vegas. Also in 2013, Mohegan Sun won "Casino of The Year" in 2 categories at the Academy of Country Music Awards. For more information on concerts and other great events visit Mohegan Sun.
Just returned from watching the New England black Wolves/ New York Riptides professional Lacrosse game and had a woderful time. The Mohegan Sun Arena seats around 12,000 people and is an excellent venue for watching sporting events and concerts. Virtually every seat is a good seat and the area has a large professional staff who are very helpful to all patrons.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
Our family decided to spend the 4th of July here. We arrived when the ballpark opened and had no problems getting a great parking space, with an easy walk to the gate. This is really a nice ballpark and very family oriented. When we passed through the gate they were giving out free apple pie to celebrate the 4th. We walked around the stadium and then found our seats. We were seated right behind home plate. We did purchase our tickets online a few days before. We were so up close with all that was going on. The granddaughters were hoping to catch a foul ball, but with the nets none came our way. After watching where a few of the fouls were going, we all decided that up higher on the 1st base side was where most of the balls went. There were several balls caught by those in the stands, but we weren't so lucky. Maybe next time girls! This ballpark has all you need to enjoy the game, from food, beer and a nice gift shop. We happened to be here on a Thursday for "Thirsty Thursday", beer only $2, cheaper than water and sodas! Following the game we sat back and enjoyed the fireworks for the 4th. This was a show that did not disappoint. So glad we decided to spend our 4th here. The stadium was packed, so we were anticipating a long wait in leaving the stadium, but to our surprise they have the exit set up very well and easy exiting. I know we have waited at other stadiums trying to exit on a main highway and it is terrible. This was a piece of cake. Thanks for an enjoyable evening.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Chase Family Arena at Reich Family Pavilion is a 4,017-seat multi-purpose arena in Hartford, Connecticut. The arena opened in 1990. It is home to the Hartford Hawks men's and women's basketball teams. It hosted the 2010 and 2011 America East Conference men's and women's basketball tournaments.
4.0 based on 116 reviews
4.0 based on 22 reviews
This stadium is a wonderful space for both football games and for other events (like job fairs and the Color Me Rad 5K). The seats are surprisingly spacious, with ample legroom and more comfort than I would have expected. The lawn is always well-maintained and clean. I've been inside for private events, and everything is clean and well-organized. You can tell how an organization values its activities by how well it takes care of the space, and clearly, UConn values both its football team (even though UConn is better known for basketball) and its representation as an institution dedicated to community events.
4.0 based on 57 reviews
Concerts are good as the arena is not huge, you're able to see the performers within any seat you purchase.
3.5 based on 122 reviews
Perfect mid size venue to attend a concert or sporting event. Facilities are kept clean and the options around the arena for concessions are great, with some of them being unique to the Hartford area. Parking for events is made easy with parking garages surrounding the arena.
5.0 based on 1 reviews
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