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Experience Fairfield, CT


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Fairfield, CT 06824
United States

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Experience Fairfield, CT


(??.? miles from you)


Fairfield, CT 06824
United States


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Experience Fairfield, CT, a charming, quintessential New England town set on five miles of coastline on Long Island Sound. Walk, hike, bike, or kick back and relax in one of Fairfield's many parks or town beaches.

Browse Fairfield's art galleries, take in a show at the Fairfield Theatre Company, or enjoy one of the many diverse restaurants for everything from casual and fine dining to outdoor cafés and taverns with fireplaces. Take in a sporting event, a musical, dance or theatrical performance, or a lecture at Fairfield University or Sacred Heart University.

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Why You Should Go...

Experience Fairfield, CT, a charming, quintessential New England town set on five miles of coastline on Long Island Sound. Walk, hike, bike, or kick back and relax in one of Fairfield's many parks or town beaches. Stroll through Fairfield's Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Browse Fairfield's art galleries, take in a show at the Fairfield Theatre Company, or enjoy one of the many diverse restaurants for everything from casual and fine dining to outdoor cafés and taverns with fireplaces. Take in a sporting event, a musical, dance or theatrical performance, or a lecture at Fairfield University or Sacred Heart University.

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Take a walk or hike at one of Fairfield’s many open spaces - upland forest, lakes, rivers, salt marsh, wetlands and meadows. 

Fairfield is a feast for foodies: from a Martha Stewart endorsed hot dog drive-in to award-winning gourmet restaurants there is something for everyone. A thriving town in which the arts and culture abound.

Enjoy the vibrant downtown scene on a Friday night. It's a community built for families with plenty to do both indoors and out. 

Fun Facts

Standing on the Town Green, you can see where there used to be a pond that was used to try two women accused of witchcraft in 1692.

A humble onion made Southport famous - local farmers shipped 15,000 barrels of onions a year to New York in the 1850s.

Milestone markers - installed in the 1700s served as a postal route and to guide travelers and track troop movements during the Revolutionary War - can still be seen in a few locations around town.

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Why You Should Go...

Experience Fairfield, CT, a charming, quintessential New England town set on five miles of coastline on Long Island Sound. Walk, hike, bike, or kick back and relax in one of Fairfield's many parks or town beaches. Stroll through Fairfield's Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Browse Fairfield's art galleries, take in a show at the Fairfield Theatre Company, or enjoy one of the many diverse restaurants for everything from casual and fine dining to outdoor cafés and taverns with fireplaces. Take in a sporting event, a musical, dance or theatrical performance, or a lecture at Fairfield University or Sacred Heart University.

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EXTRA FUN

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Take a walk or hike at one of Fairfield’s many open spaces - upland forest, lakes, rivers, salt marsh, wetlands and meadows. 

Fairfield is a feast for foodies: from a Martha Stewart endorsed hot dog drive-in to award-winning gourmet restaurants there is something for everyone. A thriving town in which the arts and culture abound.

Enjoy the vibrant downtown scene on a Friday night. It's a community built for families with plenty to do both indoors and out. 

Fun Facts

Standing on the Town Green, you can see where there used to be a pond that was used to try two women accused of witchcraft in 1692.

A humble onion made Southport famous - local farmers shipped 15,000 barrels of onions a year to New York in the 1850s.

Milestone markers - installed in the 1700s served as a postal route and to guide travelers and track troop movements during the Revolutionary War - can still be seen in a few locations around town.

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