Tarrywile Mansion

70 Southern Blvd., Derby, CT 06810.

Tarrywile Mansion,I-84 exit 3. This elegant Victorian estate is perfect for a bridal ceremony, receptions, bridal showers or even rehearsal dinners. Rental includes use of Mansion, dramatic wrap around porch and gardens. The rental rate for the Tarrywile Mansion is $1,500 for Danbury residents and $2,000 for out of town residents for a nine-hour period. A refundable $500 security deposit is also required. Lower rates are available for shorter events such as showers or rehearsal dinners. If you would like more detailed information about our facility, please feel free to contact us at (203)744-3130

Tarrywile Mansion and Park

70 Southern Blvd., Danbury, CT

 I-84 Exit 3 to 70 Southern Blvd. Explore over 21 miles of hiking trails or come visit the historic Tarrywile Mansion. 720 acres of fields, forests, ponds, and wetlands with abundant flora and fauna. Park open sunrise to sunset. Mansion open by appt. only Mon.-Fri. 8:30– 4:30. (203) 744-3130.

Tarrywile Mansion and Park

70 Southern Blvd., Danbury, CT 06010. Phone: (203) 744-3130. Explore over 20 miles of hiking trails or come visit the historic Tarrywile Mansion. 654 acres of fields, forests, ponds, and wetlands with abundant flora and fauna. Park open sunrise to sunset. Mansion open by appt. only Mon.-Fri. 8:30- 4:30.

Weir Farm

735 Nod Hill Rd, Ridgefield, CT 06897.

735 Nod Hill Rd., Rte. 7 to Rte. 102 west, 2nd left on Old Branchville Rd., left at first stop sign on Nod Hill Rd. Ridgefield/Wilton. (203) 834-1896. Once the home and workplace of J. Alden Weir (1852-1919), this park is now considered to be the best preserved landscape associated with American Impressionism. Workshops & classes: (203) 761-9945. Grounds open daily dawn to dusk. Visitor Center open year-round; hours vary seasonally.

Westside Nature Preserve

University Boulevard, Danbury, CT 06810.

Westside Campus, WCSU. (203) 837-8794. Follow a 0.75 mi. dirt trail through the woodlands and wetlands of this 33 -acre preserve that serves as an outdoor laboratory for the University. A wild flower amphitheater in the flat region just beneath the cliffs is a feature of the trail.