The virtual tours on this site use 360° interactive panoramic images that allow you to look in every direction from each vantage point in the tour. You can move from place to place in the tour using icons in the panoramic images, markers on a map, or names in a views list. You can also zoom in on objects in the panoramic view. The zoomed view can be a photo, video, or an interactive object you can rotate.
The 56 acres of mostly undeveloped land that makes up the Roger Tory Peterson Refuge in Old Lyme, Connecticut were acquired by the Fish & Wildlife Service in late 2011 from The Nature Conservancy. The land was originally owned by Roger Tory Peterson and is adjacent to where his studio and house were. Peterson lived here from 1954 until his death in 1996.
The New Britain Industrial Museum was founded in 1995 to collect, conserve and exhibit items manufactured in New Britain as a means to inspiring the next generation and building pride in the community. The museum collection ranges from the largest manufacturers in New Britain to the smallest and represents centuries of innovation, creativity and hard work.
A. W. Stanley Park provides visitors a variety of outdoor activities. There are nature trails, a swimming pool, picnic areas, baseball diamonds, and a playground.
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