Do you think Ridgefield is underrated?

“Discover the eight most underrated towns in Connecticut to take a trip and learn more about some of the best places to visit in the Constitution State,” states WorldAtlas, one of the largest publishing resources.

Do you think Ridgefield is “underrated” in Connecticut? Well, it made the WorldAtlas list.

The article titled “8 Most Underrated Towns In Connecticut To Take A Trip To” states, “Ridgefield was established in 1709 and is even closer to New York than Kent, the 90-minute drive making it an ideal day trip. You can learn a great deal about the town and its role in Connecticut’s past at the Keeler Tavern Museum and History Center, a historical building dating from 1713 that played a role in the Battle of Ridgefield, an important engagement during the American Revolutionary War that occurred in 1777.

The article also mentions Weir Farm National Historic Site, “the town’s lovely old Main Street” Ballard Park, “and well-preserved old architecture.”

Joining Ridgefield on this list and deemed “underrated” by WorldAtlas: Putnam, Kent, Stonington, Simsbury, East Hampton, Farmington, and Chester.

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Submitted by Ridgefield, CT

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