Charm Alert - Ridgefield, Connecticut
The Connecticut Office of Tourism recently rated Connecticut towns for their charm-appeal saying, "Connecticut still does charming very well, especially in the autumn."
Ridgefield listed among eight towns that exude charm. Local shops, restaurants, galleries, and inns make a town charming - and Ridgefield has all of those attributes - and more. The article specifically mentions The Aldrich, Keeler Tavern, West Lane Inn, and Bernard's restaurant. Ridgefield is "perfect for a visit and even an overnight stay this fall." the Office of Tourism states.
Here's what the Connecticut Office of Tourism had to say about Ridgefield:
One of Connecticut’s most scenic towns, Ridgefield is tucked in the south western part of the state, not far from the New York border. Its elegant Main Street is filled with shops and restaurants, both old and new. The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum on Main Street is a fixture of modern art, while just a few steps away, historic Keeler Tavern brings 300 years of Ridgefield history, including a famous Revolutionary War battle, to life. Stay in the historic West Lane Inn, and enjoy dinner just next door at Bernard’s.
Read the article in its entirety and find out what towns win the category of "charm" here.
*Before venturing out, make sure to check the hours, they may have changed due to COVID-19.