New Britain Vacations

Next time you’re visiting Hartford, the capital city of Connecticut, United States of America, be sure to include New Britain on your itinerary. Hartford is home to 120,000 proud residents. Hartford’s heart is situated 9 miles (14 kilometers) to the northeast of New Britain, while Hartford - Brainard Airport can be found 9 miles (14 kilometers) to the southeast.

Many of Hartford’s highlights are located close to New Britain, making it a popular place to stay or visit on a day trip. Among the most interesting places to explore are the fascinating New Britain Museum of American Art and the incredible Shuttle Meadow County Club. Two other worthy points of interest that are nearby New Britain are the Hawks Landing Country Club and the First Church of Christ.

To gain a deeper understanding of Hartford, head to one of its museums and theaters. In particular, you should make sure you check out Barnes Museum in Southington and Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum in Wethersfield.

If you have a passion for sports, you might enjoy seeing New Britain favorites, the Connecticut Huskies, doing battle at Rentschler Field. On game days follow the river of blue, white and red, to the stadium, then after the final siren sounds, join fellow sports lovers in the nearby pubs for a post-game drink.

When you’re ready to wind down after discovering the charms of New Britain, check in to one of the area’s numerous accommodation options. Whether you’re staying for a night or a few weeks be sure to check out the Farmington Inn & Suites, the Hampton Inn Rocky Hill, and the popular La Quinta Inn & Suites New Britain/Farmington.

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