Hartford is known to outsiders as the capitol of both Connecticut and the insurance industry. But those in the know can tell you that this city stays true to its tagline: Hartford Has It. This one-time home to both Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe is brimming with historical, artistic, and cultural assets that most cities this size can only dream about. Each of Hartford’s unique neighborhoods boasts a wide array of hidden treasures, vivid entertainment, and culinary delights. From world renowned museums and music venues to a bevy of food, festivals and fashion, 100 Things To Do In Hartford Before You Die will show readers that there is truly something for everyone in the city of Hartford.
Due to the recent spike in COVID-19, The Mark Twain House & Museum is currently closed, but will reopen on January 22. We look forward to seeing you soon!