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The Berkshires Visitors Bureau
Official travel and tourism information source for the Berkshires of Massachusetts.
Campbell Falls State Park
Route 272 north from Norfolk center. Take a left onto Old Spaulding Road. Great hiking and terrific views. For more information visit the CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection website.
Carriage Rides with Loom Meadow Farms
Nostalgic horse-drawn carriage rides wind through the historic village of Norfolk, past revolutionary era homes and buildings.
Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism
Connecticut’s official tourist information source.
Dennis Hill State Park
Route 272, just south of town. Hiking, camping and views that extend to three states. For more information visit the CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection website.
Haystack Mountain State Park
Route 272 just north of downtown Norfolk. Great hiking, and a terrific view of town when you climb the tower at the top. For more information visit the CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection website.
Infinity Music Hall and Bistro
An intimate music, dining and entertainment destination in Norfolk
Litchfield Hills Visitors Bureau
Tourist information source for Connecticut’s northwestern Litchfield Hills
Norfolk Farmers Market
A lively, friendly market featuring an eclectic mix of farmers, producers, artists and artisans from Norfolk and the surrounding regions on Saturdays 10:00am to 1:00pm – rain or shine. 19 Maple Avenue (in front of the Town Hall), Norfolk, CT 06058.
Norfolk Land Trust Trails
A comprehensive system of hiking and skiing trails offers the opportunity for nature study, photography, or just unwinding — not to mention a glimpse of Norfolk history. Trails begin right near the town green in Norfolk. For trail maps visit the website.
Miss Isabella Eldridge established the Norfolk Library as a memorial to her parents, The Reverend Joseph and Sarah Battell Eldridge, and presented it to the town of Norfolk in 1889.
Northwest Connecticut Arts Council
Arts information for northwestern Connecticut.
Western Connecticut Convention and Visitors Bureau
The official site for travel and information for northwestern Connecticut.
Yale Summer School of Art, Art Gallery
The Norfolk Gallery is located in the Art and Music Barn on the Ellen Battell Stoeckel Estate. All events are free and open to the public. Open only during the Art School session in May and June. Hours: Monday through Thursday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm; Friday and Saturday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm