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Sightseeing & More
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Borough is the oldest borough in Connecticut dating back to its
charter in 1808. Geographically the borough lies within the Town
of Stonington, Connecticut, but as a borough, it maintains a separate
Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House
Stonington Borough's historic roots are evident by the many historic
sites such as the Captain
Nathaniel B. Palmer House and the Old
Settled in 1753, Stonington Borough started out with the building
of a wharf so farmers could ship goods. Homes were built and the
population grew. The Stone Lighthouse, called the Stonington
Harbor Light, built in 1823, was moved at one time to its
present location, and operated until 1889. It is now the Old
Lighthouse Museum, where you can learn about ships, the whaling
industry and historic naval battles.
You can also enjoy wonderful views including parts of three states,
Connecticut, Rhode Island and New York.
|Visit the Stonington
Historical Society to learn more.
The Old Lighthouse Museum
While in Stonington Borough enjoy the many galleries and a variety
of unique gift and antique shops.
Whether its a gourmet breakfast, casual lunch or an elegant night out, the restaurants in Stonington Borough are sure to satisfy your cravings. There are seven restaurants to choose from in the borough, all within walking distance from Orchard Street Inn. Try local favorites Noah's or the Water Street Cafe for the freshest seafood and daily specials straight from the Stonington docks. Bomster's scallops from Stonington Seafood Harvesters are renowned in New England and are featured in many local and far away restaurants.
|Outdoor, waterfront dining at its best can be experienced in Stonington Borough including Dog Watch Cafe and Skippers Dock. For fantastic authentic mexican and the best margaritas in town, try Milagro for lunch or dinner. And, for a casual, eat in or take out lunch of soups, salads, and sandwhiches, try Theresa's or the Yellow House Coffee & Tea Room.
Water Street Cafe
Stonington Borough is a short distance from Mystic, Connecticut,
where even more attractions await you including Mystic
Seaport, Mystic Aquarium
and a wide variety of shops and restaurants.
For beautiful beaches and even more shopping take a short drive
Hill in Westerly,
Rhode Island. Spend a day at the Napatree Point or Misquamicut
And, if that's not quite enough to do, try a visit to nearby Saltwater Farm Vineyard located just outside Stonington Borough. Since 2001, the vineyard has received rave reviews. Set on 100 bucolic acres, the vineyard features a vintage 1930's airport hangar converted into a winery. Also in the area, visit and stroll through J. Edwards Winery or Stonington Vineyards. The Vineyards offers daily tours and wine tastings. Visit their web sites for more details.
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