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About Bristol

 

Bristol's proximity to other cities including Hartford, New Haven, and Waterbury means that professional sports and cultural activities are always nearby, such as the Watch and Clock Museum. The New England Carousel Museum is dedicated to the acquisition, restoration, and preservation of operating carousels and carousel memorabilia and the creation of new carousel material, for the education and pleasure of the general public. Bristol is home to ESPN and Lake Compounce (founded 1846), the country's oldest continuously operating amusement park. Bristol is also the gateway to the Litchfield Hills, one of Connecticut's most beautiful tourist areas.

Recreational opportunities abound. With swimming or sailing in the Atlantic Ocean or skiing on Vermont slopes only an hour away, your family can have the time of their lives. Within minutes, you could be enjoying the fall foliage in the Litchfield Hills, playing at Lake Compounce, antiquing, exploring our historical sites and museums, or walking or riding through one of our beautiful parks.

Local Resources

  

Bristol Hospita

41 Brewster Road

Bristol CT 06010  

860-585-3000 

Walking distance  from house

https://www.bristolhospital.org/


Bristol Bus routes (CT Transit)

https://www.cttransit.com/schedules


Bristol Social Security Office

225 North Main Street
Bristol, CT - 06010
800-772-1213 

http://www.socialsecurityoffices.info/city/ct-bristol


Department of Social Services

 30 Christian Lane 

 New Britain, CT. 06051

 860- 612-3400 

http://www.ci.bristol.ct.us/Faq.aspx?QID=114


Bristol Hospital Counseling Center

420 North Main Street

Bristol, CT 06010

860-585-3000

https://www.bristolhospital.org/Services/Behavioral-Health-Services/Counseling-Center.aspx


Churches of all denominations   

within walking distance of house