Your Arts & Culture Resource for the Litchfield Hills


Our nine picturesque, contiguous towns, situated in the Northwest corner of Connecticut, are steeped in rich New England history. We have over 2,000 acres of lakes, miles of walking and hiking trails through our plentiful state park system, as well as innumerable events and activities for the whole family to enjoy. Our walkable town centers are filled with boutiques, art galleries, antiques and luxury shopping. You can drive over the Housatonic River through Connecticut’s oldest covered bridge in Cornwall, hike to the summit of Mt. Tom and enjoy panoramic views from the stone tower that sits at 1,325’ above sea level or climb the stone stairs to the top of the 250’ Kent Falls. Dive into Connecticut’s first heritage lake, Lake Waramaug, or its largest natural lake, Bantam Lake. The town of Goshen hosts one of Connecticut’s oldest agricultural fairs, Warren is home to a 150 year-old 35-acre Christmas tree farm, and Morris boasts the only five-diamond dining experience in Connecticut. There is so much to enjoy within our nine towns, including five of the vineyards on the Connecticut Wine Trail. Head to the Litchfield Hills - we have it all right here.



Celebrating its 300th year, historic Litchfield is full of exceptional specialty shops featuring the best in luxury, fashion, and lifestyle... all within walking distance.



Nestled in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains, Kent is a friendly village with ample activities for the whole family.



Travel over the famous West Cornwall Covered Bridge, a wooden covered lattice truss bridge carrying the Sharon-Goshen Turnpike over the Housatonic River.



Home of the Famous Goshen Fair, the Appalachian Trail formerly passed through Goshen until it was re-routed west of the Housatonic River.



Breathtaking New England landscapes, a vibrant cultural life – Washington offers so much for you to explore.

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New Preston

A charming village filled with fine eateries and shops all perched atop one amazing waterfall nestled along the East Shore of beautiful Lake Waramaug.



According to the United States Census Bureau, the borough has a total area of one square mile and this mile is full of fantastic dining and shopping.



Morris is rolling hill country surrounding Bantam Lake, the largest natural lake in the state.



Named for Revolutionary War General Joseph Warren, Warren overlooks Connecticut’s first heritage lake, Lake Waramaug.