Rodeway Inn & Suites
395 Winsted Road
Torrington, CT 06790
Phone: (860) 496-8808
Fax: (860) 496-8520
The Fyler-Hotchkiss Estate is located in Torrington, Connecticut. It is knowns as the Torrington Historical Society and the Hotchkiss-Fyler House Museum, and comprises of two houses and a contributing carriage house. The main house is an example of the Chateauesque school of architecture. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 12, 1987.
Conducted by Monfort Missionaries. A 35 acre shrine with repllica of the grotto at Lourdes in France, Stations of the Cross, a picnic area, and a gift shop.
Topsmead State Forest, situated on Litchfield Hills, Connecticut is a beautiful example of English Tudor architecture. The house has guided tours and spots where visitors can picnic. There are walking and hiking trails for nature lovers. This is an ideal place for people who want to relax as well as for people looking for some adventure.
Winery tours, self-guided vineyard walks, and wine tasting. Tours are offered Monday-Saturday from 10:30am-5pm and Sunday from 12pm-5pm. A wine and gift shop is on site.
An English Tudor cottage, former summer home of Edith M. Chase, with beautiful formal gardens surrounding it. Tours are offered from June through October on the second and fourth weekends of the month.
America's first law school with graduates including Aaron Burr, John C. Calhoun, and over one hundred members of Congress. Permanent exhibit reveals the study of Reeve, the school, the students and their experiences in Litchfield.
The Litchfield Law School was one of the first schools to offer legal profession education in the country. The Tapping Reeve House, operated by the Litchfield Historical Society, is a museum that contains exhibitions that showcase the research, studies and culture of this institution over the years.
Stop by the Railroad Museum of New England to see historic Thomaston Station, the Naugatuck River, Mattatuck Forest and the Brass Mills in Waterville. The train ride experience is fun for the whole family and great at any time of year. But honestly, nothing could be better than riding the rails of Litchfield County in the fall during foliage season!
The Barnes Nature Center offers nature displays, including a diorama depicting New England habitat with live reptiles and amphibians; and hiking trails.
A family-owned Connecticut century farm situated on the northern shore of Lake Waramaug, Hopkins Vineyard produces 11 different varieties of award-winning wines.
Lake Compounce is the oldest continuously operated theme park in the United States and was founded on the shores of Lake Compounce. The amusement park and adjoining water park are one of the hottest summer attractions in the region, featuring a spooky Haunted Graveyard, a wooden roller coaster (the Wildcat, built in 1927 and reconstructed with new wood in 1985) and a carousel built in 1911. No other theme park in the country can offer the fun and the history that is Lake Compounce.
Come see Santa Claus and tell him what you want for Christmas at the Holiday Lights Festival at Lake Compounce! Held every year from late November to late December this event is fun for the whole family! Have holiday treats such as hot chocolate, egg nog, baked goods, and more! Ride some rides and get warm by the fire pits! Don't miss out on the fun! Get your season passes today!