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Wine Tours and Tasting

Connecticut is now wine country and boasts several vineyards, including one, Maugle Sierra Vineyards, on Les Laputz's grandparent's land on Colonel Ledyard Highway.


12 Best Wineries and Vineyards In Connecticut 2023

Jonathan Edwards Vineyard  - Reservations required on weekends, $20

74 Chester Maine Road, North Stonington, Connecticut

Stonington Vineyards offers Tours and Tastings from 11:00am-4:30pm and Saturdays until 7:00pm.

523 Taugwonk Rd. Stonington, Connecticut 06378

Preston Ridge Vineyards

Holmberg Orchards


Embark on a Day Sail or Sunset Cruise on the Last Commercial Sailing Ship Left in Mystic.  Public sail tickets available. Reservations required.  Tickets $65/$75

Feel like going with some classmates?

Let us know and maybe we'll have the names of others

who are interested. 

You can purchase tickets directly on their website. 

"Discover breathtaking scenery as you relax aboard the sailing ship ARGIA.

Explore the seafaring village of Mystic CT, so rich in maritime history, and the surrounding islands from the spacious wooden deck of the sailing ship, ARGIA. Relax as you sail by scenic coastlines and lighthouses or help the crew hoist and trim the sails aboard this elegant schooner. You may bring your own beverages and picnic basket (no hard liquor allowed), or you may purchase snacks when booking that will be delivered to you onboard."

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   We've all been here. But Mystic Seaport has added to its name "Museum" and with that has built a world class museum that has already hosted traveling art shows, such as the "Sutton Hoo Viking Treasures" and the Smithsonian's show "Sargent, Whistler and Venetian Glass."

"Mystic Seaport Museum is the nation’s leading maritime museum. Founded in 1929 to gather and preserve the rapidly disappearing artifacts of America’s seafaring past, the Museum has grown to become a national center for research and education with the mission to “inspire an enduring connection to the American maritime experience.”

Mystic Seaport Museum website

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