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Located conveniently between New York and Boston, Connecticut is both a charming getaway and a growing business destination. Business travelers will find unique meeting places throughout the state, like a waterfront pavilion on the beach or a building nestled in a state park!  And as one of America's oldest cities, Hartford not only offers a traditional New England atmosphere, but ample meeting space at a lower cost than nearby Boston. 

Everything from the metropolitan culture and nightlife of Hartford to quaint towns on the coast can be found in Connecticut. Whether you'd prefer to explore the city's art museums, the country's antique stores or the state's African-American History Trail, you'll never feel a moment's boredom while in Connecticut.

C O N V E N T I O N   V I S I T O R S   B U R E A U S

Plan your next visit to Connecticut with the help of the Connecticut Tourism website. You can order a visitor's guide, browse the state's regions, view upcoming events and more!

Historical Notes: Windsor, Connecticut's first community, was launched in 1633 when settlers sailed from Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts to establish themselves at the confluence of the Farmington and Connecticut rivers. The Indians calle this place Matianuck.