Mystic Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Mystic; our list of the best things to see, including Mystic Aquarium, Mystic Aquarium and Institute for Exploration and Mystic Seaport Museum.
  • The best place in Mystic: Mystic Aquarium

    Mystic Aquarium

    Mystic Aquarium is a division of Sea Research Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, and is counted among the nation’s leading aquariums with more than 300 species and an extensive collection of marine mammals, including New England’s only beluga whales. Mystic Aquarium has been a pioneer in offering guests a variety of up close encounters with a wide range of marine animals. The mission of Sea Research is to inspire people to care for and protect our ocean planet through education, research and exploration.
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  • Mystic Aquarium and Institute for Exploration

    Mystic Aquarium and Institute for Exploration

    55 Coogan Blvd
    , Phone: 860-572-5955, Fax: 860-572-5969, Email: info@mysticaquarium.org, [2]. Indoor and outdoor exhibits and habitats which cover a wide range of reptilian, amphibian, and aquatic species. Examples of exhibits include the beluga whale exhibit, penguin exhibit, and sea lion exhibit. In addition, there are many tanks containing coral, sharks, reef-fish, stingrays, and other creatures. Some exhibits are also interactive, such as the shark and ray “touch-pools.” Amongst these exhibits are a number of special events like the daily Marine Theater shows and, currently, a shipwreck exhibit. Adults $29, 3-17 $21.
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  • Mystic Seaport Museum

    Mystic Seaport Museum

    75 Greenmanville Avenue Mystic
    Welcome to Mystic Seaport's Facebook page, where fans of the page can learn about upcoming promotions, programs and even historical facts and are encouraged to share what they love about Mystic Seaport – The Museum of America and the Sea.
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  • Mystic Seaport - The Museum of America and the Sea

    Mystic Seaport - The Museum of America and the Sea

    75 Greenmanville Av
    , Phone: 860-572-5315, Toll free: 888-973-2767, [3]. Apr-Oct 9AM-5PM, Nov-Mar 10AM-4PM. The nation's largest maritime museum. A living history museum on 17 acres. Old historic port used in the filming of many movies, including Amistad. Adults $17.50, Children $12.
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  • B.F. Clyde's Cider Mill

    B.F. Clyde's Cider Mill

    129 N. Stonington Rd, North Stonington, CT 06355
    Open from Sept-Oct 9-6 and Nov-Dec 9-5. free admission but bring money for the store. This cider mill was established in 1881 and is the oldest steam powered cider mill in the country. Clyde’s is home to the most amazing apple cider, homemade apple wine and incredible homemade desserts. They also offer cider-making demonstrations on the weekends during the fall season. Free admission but bring money for the store.
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  • Mystic Pizza

    Mystic Pizza

    56 West Main St
    No Julia Roberts doesn't work there; you can check out the sweet 1988 romantic comedy if you want to see her dish up something nice. Otherwise this is your go-to spot for tourist grub. Enjoy at under $20 for entree or pizza.
  • Captain Daniel Packer Inne

    Captain Daniel Packer Inne

    32 Water St
  • Steamboat Sabino at Mystic Seaport

    Mystic Seaport
    Mid May- Columbus Day, Sun-Thur 10:30 AM-6:30 PM. The oldest, wooden, coal-fired steamboat still in operation offers historic views along the scenic Mystic River. Half-hour cruises $5.50 Adult, $4.50 Youth (age 6-17), 90 Minute cruise $12 Adult, $10 Youth (age 6-17).
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  • B.F. Clyde’s Cider Mill

    129 North Stonington Road
    Clyde’s Cider Mill, 129 North Stonington Road, Phone: 860-536-3354. Aug-Dec, Sun-Mon, 11 AM-6PM. View an engineering relic at work while enjoying some of the freshest cider around; also enjoy famous “hard” ciders of various types.
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  • Mystic Ballet

    Inc
    , 325 Mistuxet Ave, Phone: 860-536-3671. Local ballet company that puts on regular performances and acts throughout the year.
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  • Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center

    110 Pequot Trail
    Adults $15, ages 6-15 $10.
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  • Bathtub

    Olde Mistick Village
    Mon-Sat, 10AM-6PM, Sun 11AM-5PM. Browse the largest collection of unusual creative gifts inspired by the bathroom.
  • Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center

    109 Pequotsepos Road
    Mon-Sat 9AM-5PM, Sun 10AM-4PM. Open year round, this natural history museum and live animal exhibits display Connecticut’s local habitats; great for kids.
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  • Mystic Whaler Cruises

    35 Water Street
    MysticWhalerCruises.com[7] The Mystic Whaler is a 93' tall ship that takes passengers out on day sails, lobster dinner cruises and multi-day vacation cruises. Just 10 miles away from Mystic, this schooner offers a variety of all age sailing adventures.
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  • The Country Store

    Olde Mistick Village, 27 Coogan Boulevard
    Mon-Sat, 10AM-6PM Sun, 11AM-5PM. With a selection ranging from foods (including their popular fried doughs) to household decorations to local souvenirs and clothing, The Country Store is a popular venue year-round. Opposite the store are a handful of benches where one can sit and relax.
  • The Gray Goose Cookery

    Olde Mistick Village, 27 Coogan Boulevard
    Mon-Sat, 10AM-6PM Sun, 11AM-6PM. The Gray Goose Cookery has a wide variety of cooking appliances and utensils from a number of reputable manufacturers as well as a number of different foods and ingredients such as sauces, spices, and chocolates. Also offered are cooking classes.
  • Designs, Ltd.

    Olde Mistick Village
    , Olde Mistick Village, 27 Coogan Boulevard, Phone: 860-536-3447. Mon-Sat, 10AM-6 PM, Sun 12PM-5PM. Finest clothing and women’s apparel and accessories, sports wear, day and evening dresses.
  • Olde Mistick Village

    Coogan Blvd., Mystic, CT
    Open Mon-Sat 10-6, Sunday 11-5 and open daily until 8 pm during the summer. Free. This village is beautiful with its flowering trees, seasonal decorations and a giant water wheel that reminds you of the era the village is replicating. The village offers many specialty shops, a cinema, special events and restaurants galore!
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  • A Taste of New England

    Olde Mistick Village
    Summer and Christmas Seasons, Mon-Sat, 10AM-6PM, Sun, 12PM-5PM. Find Mystic relics and desirable gifts for any budget.
  • Olde Mystick Village Art Cinemas

    Phone: 860-536-4227
    Watch the artistic films not being played anywhere else. View many films the way the director intended them to be viewed. A very interesting and profound way to spend an afternoon.
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  • Mystic Disc

    10 Steamboat Wharf
    Mon-Sat, 11AM-6PM, Sun; 1PM-4PM. Located in a quiet courtyard off downtown Mystic's Main Street, Mystic Disc specializes in old and hard-to-find LPs, EPs, 45's, and other analog music formats. CDs are also sold though in a much more limited size and selection. Though their vinyl is organized by genre and alphabet, it can be overwhelming when one has little time to spare. Most of these items are used though checked for their condition, however there is also a smaller selection of new releases. Staff is personable, friendly, and helpful.
  • Benmar Custom Charters

    Phone: 860-521-3345
    com [5] Premier Hatteras Charter fishing boat licensed in three states and federal waters. “We go where the fish are!”
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  • Brilliant at Mystic Seaport

    75 Greenmanville Avenue
    Reardon@mysticseaport.org. Learn what it’s really like to sail on Mystic Seaport’s famous, prize-winning =, 62-foot schooner.
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  • Mystic Army Navy Store

    37 W. Main Street
    Main Street, ☎ 860-536-1877. Mon-Thurs; 10AM-7PM, Fri-Sat; 9AM-8PM, Sun; 11AM-6PM. The original surplus store of Mystic, (followed after by its sister-store, Mystic Army Navy Store II) located amongst the other venues Downtown, is another option to consider when looking for surplus military/rugged clothing. As both Mystic Army Navy Store and Mystic Army Navy Store II are cut from the same cloth, their unused stocks can be very similar, though their used offerings are sometimes very different from its sister. One has a better chance of finding unique examples of military history for sale here, including (the recognizable example of) a section of B-29 bomber fuselage.
  • Mystic Army Navy Store II

    Olde Mistick Village, 27 Coogan Boulevard
    A good-sized selection of both new and used surplus goods including uniforms, hats, jackets, packs, and etcetera. Most of the selection is of a US Armed Forces variety, though there are a number of offerings from other militaries from around the world. A sister-store can be found in Mystic's downtown area.
  • Olde Mistick Village

    A fun
    With over 60 shops, this is a fun place to go on a family outing if you have nothing to do.
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Mystic uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.