Stumbling upon the summery, seaside town of Stonington, CT is as refreshing as the salt air. Nestled on a peninsula that projects into Fisher’s Island Sound and Little Narragansett Bay, Stonington was voted one of the Top 10 prettiest
coastal towns in New England by Yankee Magazine.
On a guided tour, see how this quaint, historic village seems suspended in time. Visit Clyde’s Cider Mill, one of the country’s oldest producers of hard cider. After whetting your whistle, savor lunch served by the water at Breakwater Restaurant.
Enjoy plenty of time to explore and shop the picturesque Water Street, featuring many interesting boutiques, antique shops and galleries. And of course, we’ll visit the Old Lighthouse Museum, featuring the 170-year-old lighthouse. If you dare,
“top” off your day with a climb up the tower for stunning views of three states!