1330 Silas Deane Highway
Wethersfield, CT 06109
Phone: (860) 563-2311
Fax: (860) 529-2974
More than six decades old, this former picture-house in Hartford was remodeled into a snazzy theater-cum-entertainment center. The silver screen and main stage are complemented by five new bars, where patrons enjoy an evening of good music and drinks. Concerts by many modern-day performers and artistes take place here, to delight crowds of up to 1,250 in a beautiful setting. Perfect for a good time with friends if you're tired of the old pub routine!
Bow Tie Cinema City at the Palace brings together the old-fashioned movie-going experience with small cinemas, fresh baked goods, fine coffee and independent cinema. Five screens show indie classics from the United States and around the world.
Bow Tie Palace 17 & Odyssey Theater offers big cinematic thrills with a friendly, local-movie theater sort of feel. There are 17 screen, including an Odyssey Giant Screen which offers a 60 x 40-foot (18 by 12-meter) projection of the latest blockbusters. Guests can also enjoy restaurant-quality food at the movie theater, with tasty treats like funnel cakes, sliders, nachos,
The Connecticut Convention Center is the most ideal location for trade shows, conventions and business meetings overlooking the beautiful Connecticut River. It is an award-winning venue owned by the State of Connecticut. The state-of-the-art facility will ensure that any event held here will be a success.
Arute Field is a popular stadium in the city of New Britain, located on the campus of the Central Connecticut State University. Operational since it opened in 1969, the stadium has been, and is also today, the home of the university's Blue Devils football team. Call to know more.
The campus of Central Connecticut State University boasts several well-maintained facilities that enrich campus life, be it academically or otherwise. The William H. Detrick Gymnasium is one such facility. Opened in 1965, this multi-purpose arena occupies a prominent position in the university's sports life. It is the home of CCSU's Blue Devils basketball team, and hosts its home matches. Call to know more.
This new stadium, with a capacity of 40,000 people, is run by Madison Square Garden, and is the homeground of the University of Connecticut's Huskies. Chill out with your pals at a live music or dance concert. Watch your sports heroes in their trials and triumphs, in the company of your friends and family. Strike a deal with your partners or attend a conference with your business associates. Whether it's work or leisure, you can be sure that this is the right place to go to.
Contemporary art enthusiasts will love Real Art Ways in Hartford, housed in an old typewriter factory. This multi-purpose venue hosts theatrical productions, concerts, movies and art installations throughout the year. Films include indie flicks, foreign classics and musicals.
City Steam Brewery Café is a spectacular seven-level restaurant in the historic Richardson Building with the Marriott Residence Inn. The 15-barrel brew house allows brewmaster Ron Page to handcraft up to 12 styles of ales and lagers. The moderately priced classic brew house menu has new world touches that provide for everyone's tastes. Award winning Brew Ha Ha Comedy Club performs on Thursday at 9p, Friday and Saturday at 7p and 10p. You can enjoy a DJ on Thursday through Saturday without a cover. There is also a large upscale pool room, outdoor beer garden and many function rooms.
Hartford Stage is one of the leading resident theaters, known internationally for entertaining and enlightening audiences with a wide range of the best world drama, from classics to provocative new plays, musicals and neglected works from the past. The theater has earned many of the nation's distinguished awards. The Hartford Stage has maintained a strong commitment to community partnerships, educational programs and humanities initiatives. Many famous actors have graced this stage for years.
The XL Center, formerly known as the Hartford Civic Center, is a sports and convention complex. It was opened in 1975 and has been renovated several times over the past four decades. It houses an exhibition hall which is used for trade shows, conventions, banquets, craft shows, meetings and other events. It has held many notable concerts of Van Halen, U2, Coldplay, Luciano Pavarotti, Madonna, Tina Turner, Michael Jackson and more. The XL Center also hosts some of the larger crowd UConn men's and women's basketball games, and is also home to the Connecticut Whale (American Hockey League).
The fact that it is someone's home doesn't stop Whitney House from being a hugely popular concert venue where you can always catch boisterous crowds rocking out to some seriously loud music. Punk rock is possibly the most played musical genre, and past performers have included the likes of Masked Intruder and Hellshock. The artist roster has also included Swedish acts like Sista sekunden.