Torrington is the largest city in Litchfield County, Connecticut and the Litchfield Hills region. It is also the core city of the largest micropolitan area in the United States. The city population was 36,383 according to the 2010 census.
Restaurants in Torrington
5 based on 65 reviews
Pursue the Clues offers live, interactive experiences in Torrington, Connecticut. Your group will use critical thinking and teamwork to accomplish a common goal within a 60-minute time limit. Bookings are available to the public on weekends and for private groups/corporate bookings on weekdays.
This place is awesome! This is my second time back and I'll keep returning! The thought and effort put into these rooms is incredible. I Have now done , "gold digger" and "Lenny hawkins sold his soul to play the blues." Two completely different rooms both very challenging and so much fun. It gets you thinking and laughing. Great activity for school, work, date nights!
4.5 based on 82 reviews
Very nice Winery with a good selection of wines, we are on the Connecticut trail and we make sure that we stop here a few times a year. Try the sanguria they only make it in small batches you may have to ask if they have it.
4.5 based on 112 reviews
Sunset Meadow Vineyards wine tasting and glass sales ends 30 minutes prior to close. During the winter months we have very limited indoor seating. Please no platters, parties or coolers. Seating reserved for 21 and over and parties of 4 or less. Sunset Meadow Vineyards is a 50 + acre family owned and operated vineyard and winery located in the picturesque hills of Litchfield County, CT. Voted Best 101 Wineries in America. We are proud to offer wines produced from sustainably estate grown grapes and awarded International recognition. Located inside an 1800's barn, our winery is open year round for wine tastings of your choice from over 14 varieties. And we have tours of our facility on most weekends. Our outdoor patio is available (weather permitting) for you to enjoy your choice of wine and a picnic. Shop our gift shop for one of a kind items, handcrafted and local products along with wine related merchandise.
What was intended to be a quick stop on our return from vacation turned into a great rest stop. The wine servers inside were friendly and informative, they even told us about a distillery down the road. We enjoyed the wines quite a bit and...MoreThank you so very much Denise for taking time to review Sunset Meadow Vineyards and give us 5 stars. It is much appreciated and we are glad you enjoyed your visit with us. Cheers!
5 based on 107 reviews
The boardwalk after walking a little trail to get to it off the road is well worth the hike. White Memorial is such a beautiful, peaceful, soulful visit as you walk around the waters edge, taking in spectacular views from every vantage point. Photographers come in and set up their tripods and click away. People either walk the entire boardwalk by themselves, reflecting the beginning or the end of the day, solitude or with a friend. Some bring their dogs on a leash and enjoy the brisk walk, either way, whatever your preference is, it is well worth the visit of this little jewel in Litchfield.
5 based on 96 reviews
Saw a show last year, going to see another one this year. Its beautiful and a fun place to see a show. Great priced tickets and some bigger acts too!
4.5 based on 143 reviews
Plant nursery with 10 acres of gardens.
I have long wanted to visit White Flower Farm and it did not disappoint. The selection is enormous & magnificent. Everything you could want for your garden is here, The staff is extremely helpful and happy to provide selection & growing tips. If you have or want a garden and you can get here-GO!!
4.5 based on 30 reviews
My granddaughter had a fun time playing here. All the activities are on one floor. They have several different play areas- water play, costume stage area, diner, market, ball maze, fire truck, race car. She enjoyed doing the various activities at her own pace.
5 based on 32 reviews
I have lived locally for all my life and never knew this place existed. We went for an approximate two mile walk round trip. There is much more area to explore on the next trip to this beautiful place. It seems to be relatively easy walking. I really liked it. The only thing I didn't like was the horse manure we had to step to avoid. There was so much on the road that my companion asked if horses did anything other than poop. Luckily there were plenty of other areas where the horses hadn't been. They appeared to have only been where there were signs posted "no horses".
4 based on 63 reviews
Quietly beautiful, this hidden gem would have pleased Thoreau immensely as one can appreciate nature's transcendental solitude. A hike around the lake (3.5 mile circumference) could convert a non-believer to pantheism. A small beach, boat launch and day camping facilities fill the bill for the whole family.
5 based on 21 reviews
Great location for anyone looking for a spiritual escape. Authentic grotto sculpture in addition to religious statuary & the stations of the cross. Plenty of parking & places to sit & rest. Free admission. A gift shop with an extensive collection of faith-inspired merchandise. Unique place to do some soul-searching or silent prayer. There are also services & seasonal presentations. Unique treasure in the heart of the Litchfield Hills.
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