Atop Mohawk Mountain sits a curious stone tower that has looked out over the Litchfield Hills for nearly a century.
Connecticut is one of the most strange, creepy, weird, odd and fascinating states in New England (and possibly all of the Northeast). You’ll find an exhaustive list of oddities and unusual places here.
East Haddam is home to an abandoned village that once was home to a thriving mill and almost became a Victorian Era tourist attraction.
A river runs under it — and by it, we mean Hartford. But for centuries, the Park River (aka Hog River), was above ground and accessible to all.
Dr. Harvey Cushing is known as “The Father of Modern Neurosurgery,” and his amazing legacy — along with hundreds of human brains — is on display at The Cushing Center at Yale.
The Ballard Institute & Museum of Puppetry is a unique place, home to one of the leading puppetry schools in the world as well as dozens of antique puppets and marionettes, making it just a little bit creepy, too.
From the front, it looks like any grand home in Hartford, but from the side, well, The Austin House is not quite what it seems.
A 40-foot-high Easter Island head and a museum partially dedicated to the work of Thor Heyerdahl — in Waterbury? Come on, that’s just odd.
In Groton, there exists an unusual complex that has been dated back to nearly 2,000 B.C., with stone chambers and mysterious formations. Behold: Gungywamp!
UPDATE: We finally visit Gungywamp for ourselves to get the story. With lots of pictures, too!
In the beautiful countryside of New Canaan sits an unusual structure, a unique residence designed (and inhabited) by famed architect and designer Philip Johnson.
Sure, you can get your car washed in any number of fine establishments, but how many of them have a dinosaur ripping through the roof?