Hunt Hill Farm

44 Upland Rd., New Milford, CT 06776.

(860) 355-0300. A regional cultural center dedicated to preservation, Hunt Hill Farm is the home of the Skitch Henderson Museum and the Silo Store, Gallery and Cooking School. A Smithsonian Institution affiliate, it offers concerts, art exhibitions, cultural, and culinary programs to the public in a splendid setting of historic farm buildings all surrounded by hundreds of acres of preserved open-space farms and forestland. Wed. – Sat. 10-5, & Sun. noon -5.

Kee Limousine & I’ll Drive Livery Service

44 Old State Rd., New Milford, CT 06776.

(860) 355-4509. Since 1987, we have been providing professional transportation with our fleet of luxury sedans, vans, escalades, and stretch limousines. We offer chauffeured transportation for airports, weddings, casinos, and all special occasions with unsurpassed quality and professionalism.

Kent Falls

462 Kent Cornwall Rd., Kent, CT 06757.

Kent. Rte. 7. One of CT's most scenic parks with a 200 ft. waterfall. A .4 mile path adjacent to the falls offers views at all levels. Picnicking, tables & pedestal grills, hiking, and fishing. Charge: Weekends & Holidays. Park Office: (860) 927-3238.

Kent Greenhouse and Garden Center

30 South Main St., Kent, CT 06757.

Rte. 7; 1/8 mi. south of Rte. 341, Kent, CT 06757. (860) 927-3480. Celebrating our 42nd year as the area's largest gardening resource and principal design firm. Spectacular offerings of annuals & perennials, essential gardening supplies, and fabulous garden accessories. Specializing in quality nursery stock from select shrubs to landscape-sized trees. Featuring blooming gardens, seasonal planters, and holiday displays; and our wonderful Christmas Shop. Open daily 9-5:30 Mar.-Dec.

Kent Historical Society Museum, The Seven Hearths

4 Studio Hill Rd., Kent, CT 06757.

Rte. 7. (860) 927- 4587. Featuring the art of George Laurence Nelson in the setting of his 1754 home, and an annual in-depth history exhibit. June- Sept., Sat. & Sun. 11-4 or by appt. Free admission.

Kent Wine & Spirit

24 North Main St., Kent, CT 06757.

(860) 927-3033. Travel + Leisure Magazine "Worth the detour". Join them for weekend wine tastings while you browse their impressive offerings. The place to visit in the center of Kent is Litchfield County's best wine destination. An extensive choice of tempting bottlings including large formats. Fabulous old and new world wines and advice at all prices. A broad array of unique Bourbon, Scotch, Rum & Tequila selections. 200+ types of beer. Gift-wrapping, delivery. Mon.-Sat. 9-8; Sun. 10-5.

Kent Wine & Spirit

24 North Main Street, Kent, CT 06757.

(860) 927-3033. Travel + Leisure Magazine "Worth the detour". Join them for weekend wine tastings while you browse their impressive offerings. The place to visit in the center of Kent is Litchfield County's best wine destination. An extensive choice of tempting bottlings including large formats. Fabulous old and new world wines and advice at all prices. A broad array of unique Bourbon, Scotch, Rum & Tequila selections. 200+ types of beer. Gift-wrapping, delivery. Mon.-Sat. 9-8; Sun. 10-5.

Macedonia Brook

159 Macedonia Brook Rd., Kent, CT 06757.

Kent. Rte. 341. A 2,300 acre forested Park offers views of the Catskills and Taconic Mountains from 1,400 ft. 51 camp sites in rustic setting, bathrooms, stream fishing, hiking, picnicking. Charge: Camping only. Park Office: (860) 927-3238.

Main Street Antiques / Koblenz & Co. Antique and Estate Jewelry

8 North Main Street, Kent, CT 06757.

Rte. 7, (860) 927-4916. Thurs.-Mon. 11-5, Sun. 12-5, Closed Thurs. mid Jan. to mid April. Displaying textiles, ironstone, transferware, apothecary, pattern glass, silver, china, and decorative country accessories. www.kentct.com under "Shop". Also exhibiting a display of fine antique, estate, and vintage jewelry from Koblenz & Co. Appraisals, Brokerage, Consulting, Gem ID, and Repairs are available. Call Merle Koblenz for an appointment (860) 927-0179. www.koblenzestatejewelry.com

Merwinsville Hotel & Museum

1 Browns Forge Rd., Gaylordsville, CT 06755.

(Rte. 7 to Riverview Rd. to Station Rd.) (860) 350-4443. As you enter one of the few remaining railroad hotels still in existence, you get a sense of what it was like over 170 years ago when passengers from the CT shoreline stepped off the train in what was then "Merwinsville" on their way to their summer homes in Pittsfield, MA. Tour Hotel circa 1843, with station waiting room, parlors, bedrooms and ballroom. July-Sept. Sun. 2-4, or by appt.