Boutique Hotels in Hartford, CT

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If you are into arts and culture, Hartford is the place for you. From museums to galleries and its performance center, this city has it all. You will find no shortage of sights worth exploring in this Connecticut city.

Cultural hot spots to enjoy in Hartford (CT)

At EBK Gallery, you can spot something different almost every week. The local exhibits display small portions of the work of established contemporary artists. Wadsworth Atheneum is another cultural hot spot. The museum’s collection spans over 50,000 works of art from Ancient Greece to Modernism and is known for being the first to buy works of famous artists of the likes of Salvador Dalí.

Fans of the ballet should go see the Connecticut Ballet perform a classic piece at The Bushnell and film lovers are in for quite the experience at Cinestudio. This movie theater is modeled after a cinema from the 1930s, including the typical wooden staircases and rising curtains. It plays both popular box office hits and indie pieces from around the world. In case you crave even more entertainment, get tickets to one of the many shows held at the Infinity Music Hall & Bistro and make sure to grab dinner there as well. The bistro offers a speedy, yet refined pre-show service.

One cannot visit Hartford and skip the Mark Twain House & Museum. Here, you will learn all about the author’s life and work. Included in the visit are his former house and the newly built museum. The latter combines a permanent exhibition with temporary exhibits and a video documentary about the writer. For a more general history of the city, the Hartford History Center is where you need to be.

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