Mystic Museum of Art
Mystic Museum of Art, a part of the Connecticut art scene for 100 years, is a place where culture, tradition, and the charm of small town New England converge.
In the heart of Mystic. Small but well worth a visit. Take time to stroll along the Mystic River and sit on the patio.
Many local artists' works on display and scheduled events. Classes, camps and weddings.
“This place needs no introduction. Simply delicious!! Offers ample seating indoors and outdoors on a rooftop bar in the summer! Enjoy a fresh Mimosa while tasting their amazing pastries...all while taking in the spectacular views of the Mystic River. A word of advice: Get there early!!”
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“Must try once to say you did! This nostalgic pizza spot that inspired the 1988 film 'Mystic Pizza' starring Julia Roberts, serves up pies in a memorabilia-filled space.”
“eat downstairs. Authentic colonial dining and bar. Musicians play at 9 bbn pm most nights.”
“Great cocktails. Best local beer selection. Awesome industrial hipster atmosphere. Farm to table! Known for burgers and beer but vegetarian options!”
“Coogan Farm is a plot of land tucked between route 27 to the west, McQuade’s to the north, and the Denison properties to the east. It was saved by DPNC and the Trust for Public Land in 2013 in an effort to protect natural and historical resources with the goals of conserving, education, sustainable tourism, public health, and community spirit. Coogan Farm has a welcome center, a nature and arts barn, a giving garden, a red cedar forest & quarry, gallup orchard and much more.”