\"The Hundred-Year House\" is a Victorian home overlooking the Thames River on Groton Bank - a true time-capsule of turn-of-the-century American family life rather than typical museum recreation.
Built in 1967 and rebuilt in 1993, the Mystic Whaler offers exciting daysails, lobster dinner cruises, overnight vacations sails and private sailing events.
Offers ship chandlery & service. There is a launch service, water taxi and shuttles serving the Thames River area.
Restored schoolhouse where Connecticut's state hero taught prior to enlisting in Washington's army.
Connecticut's naval war office used during the Revoluntionary War. Changing exhibits, special events.
Offers a half mile promenade and five piers to city residents and visiting tourists. Free floating docks for transient boaters, no overnights. Sailboats: moorings available at southern end of Park, next to Shaw's Cove. Dingy dock on Custom House Pier section of Park. Transient boaters welcome. Car top boat ramp located at south end of Park between Custom House Pier and Fishing Pier.
This lighthouse is best seen by boat. Tours are available through Project Oceanology.
Built by Governor John Winthrop, the mill was originally used to grind corn for colonists. The water wheel has been rebuilt and awaits further restoration.
Home of America's tall ship USCG Barque Eagle. Beautiful grounds, museum and chapel. Periodic cadet parades. School tours available. U.S. Coast Guard Band offers concerts throughout the year.
Dedicated to developing and staging works of the brightest new playwrights in southeastern Connecticut.
See up close some of New England's most charming lighthouses on Long Island Sound.
Pine Island Marina is a full service marine facility offering: 110 slips, 70 moorings, a ship's store, consignment shop, repair service & parts inventory, bait & tackle shop, charter fishing, ocean kayak rentals and brokerage.