Museum of Fire History

95 Riverside Ave., , Bristol, CT 06798.

(860) 585-5411. Housing New England Carousel Museum, with working carousel, Museum of Greek Culture, Museum of Fire History, a gallery of work by Glo Sessions and a gallery of changing exhibitions. Party rentals & youth group sleepovers. Special needs accessible. Mar. – Dec. Wed. – Sat. 10 - 5, Sun. noon – 5. Adults $5., Seniors $4.50, Children $2.50.

New England Carousel Museum

95 Riverside Ave., Bristol, CT 06010.

(860) 585-5411. Displays one of the largest collections of carousel art in the country including working carousel. Magical place for individuals and groups. Guided tours, group tours, facility rental, birthday parties, gift shop, & youth group sleepovers. Open Mar. – Dec. Wed. – Sat., 10 - 5, and Sun. noon – 5. Adults $6, Seniors $5.50, Children age 4 – 14 $3.50. Children Age 1-3 $2. Under age 1 admitted free. One free ride on the carousel with each admission.

Palace Theater

100 East Main St., Waterbury, CT 06702.

"Your Palace, Your Place!" 100 East Main St., Waterbury, CT 06702. (203) 346-2000. The magnificently restored Palace Theater originally opened in 1922 by Sylvester Z. Poli and was designed by noted architect Thomas Lamb. The 2,600 seat theater boasts an opulent and eclectic mix of architectural styles most prominent of which is Renaissance Revival. Offering a performance schedule that includes nationally Touring Broadway shows, headlining music and comedy acts, a Jazz series, family entertainment & more. The venue has multiple spaces available to rent for your special events including weddings, and can accommodate up to 500 guests. Box Office open Mon.-Fri. 10-5, & Sat. 10-2, and on performance nights remains open through intermission.

Palace Theatre

100 East Main St., Waterbury, CT

The aura of 1920's glamour permeates the architecturally breathtaking Palace Theater, one of Connecticut's most striking reception facilities. Hold court under gold leafed ceilings and crystal chandeliers in one of three ornate lobby spaces, or give your guests the royal treatment with a dramatic reception on the stage. From displaying your name in marquee lights to printing specially designed ticket invitations, the Palace ensures that every wedding is as unique as the bridal couple and worthy of a standing ovation. For information please contact Special Events Manager, Audra Petrucell @203.346.2010 x 2057

Seven Angels Theatre

1 Plank Rd., Waterbury, CT 06785.

(203) 757-4676. Produces a season of five Equity professional mainstage plays and musicals, award-wining community theatre performances, children's theatre, summer theatre camp for children, and stand-up comedy events. Free parking. Stage II Community Theatre Division CT Magazine's "Best Community Theatre Groups". 

The Connecticut Store

140 Bank Street, Waterbury, CT 06702.

(800) 474-6728. Fax: (203) 753-4128. The Connecticut Store - The FLAGSHIP OUTLET for the incredible manufacturing excellence that is Made In Connecticut. Wiffle - Ball, PEZ, Woodbury Pewter, Bovano of Cheshire, Alynn Neckwear, Liberty Candle, Waterbury Button, AKA Collectibles, and many more - All Made Right - Right Here in Connecticut!

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Waterbury Symphony Orchestra

160 Robbins Street, Waterbury, CT 06721.

(203) 574-4283. We continue to grow and expand both in artistic merit and vision. We are proud to present highlight after highlight, all performed by extraordinary soloists and of course our own brilliant musicians.

Wolcott Historical Society

167 Nichols Rd, Wolcott, CT 06716.

(203) 879-9818. One of the oldest stone schools in New England featuring old farm tools, Edison phonograph, artifacts from Revolutionary and Civil Wars, children's toys, arrowheads from Tunxis Indians and three 1860's friendship quilts from Wolcott. Open Sunday late Sept. – Oct. 1 -3 p.m.