WELCOME TO WINDSOR!
Welcome to Windsor, Connecticut, a quintessential New England town steeped in history and surrounded by natural beauty. As one of the oldest settlements in the United States - and the oldest US town in Connecticut - Windsor boasts a rich historical heritage that is lovingly preserved in its architecture and cultural landmarks. Nestled along the banks of the Connecticut and Farmington Rivers, this town offers abundant outdoor activities with unique parks, riverside trails, and open spaces. The town values education with a robust public school system; it’s also known for being home to the Loomis Chaffee School, a prestigious private college preparatory school. Windsor also boasts modern amenities including a charming downtown, diverse dining options, a beloved library, and numerous local events and gatherings that foster a strong sense of community spirit. Travelers and commuters will love Windsor’s convenient access to I-91 and I-291, Bradley International Airport, and several bus and train lines (see below). Combining historical significance with modern amenities, Windsor, Connecticut, offers a delightful blend of past and present, making it a truly inviting destination for all.
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MORE INFORMATION ABOUT WINDSOR, CT
Top Ten Things to Do in Windsor, CT
Explore 12 miles of hiking trails, a nature center, farm animals, and an operational Maple Sugaring House at Northwest Park
Explore an exhibit or take a class at the Windsor Art Center
Take a stroll along the Windsor Center River Trail
Practice your swing at Keney Park - an award-winning golf course
Take a step back in time at the Vintage Radio and Communications Museum
Learn about Windsor's farming history at the Connecticut Valley Tobacco Museum
Follow Windsor's "Freedom Trail" to steep yourself in the history of the first US town established in Connecticut
Grab a cup of coffee at local coffee shop The Bean
Things to do
Bradley International Airport - in the bordering town of Windsor Locks - boasts non-stop flights to over 35 cities with nearly a dozen airlines, connecting you throughout the US and beyond.
Connecticut Transit offers convenient bus transportation with eight lines running through Windsor - Routes 15, 30, 32, 34, 36, 40, 54, and 92. See CT Transit Route Maps below:
Below are links to some of our favorite places to eat in Windsor, CT
Italian & Pizza
Ice Cream & Dessert
Places to Eat
Utility service providers in Windsor, CT, include, but may not be limited to, the following: