Old Saybrook is one of the oldest towns in Connecticut, conveniently located halfway between Boston and New York to provide easy weekend access to its charming Main Street full of unique shops, restaurants, and galleries. There is always something going on in the summer: An arts and craft show, boat shows, the Taste-of-Saybrook Fest, sidewalk sales, the Summer Pops Concert, and weekly outdoor concerts on the town green. Don’t miss a production at Kathryn Hepburn Theater or an art exhibition at the Artisan Harbor. Take a stroll to the historic Lynde Point Lighthouse on Long Island Sound and visit the beautiful Georgian Gen. William Hart House, built in 1767.
1.The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center
2.General William Hart House
3.30 Mile Brewing Co.
4.Lynde Point Lighthouse
6.Reel Cast Charters
7.Florence Griswold Museum
8.Liv's Oyster Bar & Restaurant
10.Penny Lane Pub & Restaurant
12 Best Things to Do in Old Saybrook, Connecticut
- The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center, Photo: The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center
- General William Hart House, Photo: General William Hart House
- 30 Mile Brewing Co., Photo: 30 Mile Brewing Co.
- Lynde Point Lighthouse, Photo: FLX2/stock.adobe.com
- Artisans Harbor, Photo: aerogondo/stock.adobe.com
- Reel Cast Charters, Photo: omarparguera/stock.adobe.com
- Florence Griswold Museum, Photo: Florence Griswold Museum
- Liv's Oyster Bar & Restaurant, Photo: Liv's Oyster Bar & Restaurant
- Fresh Salt, Photo: Marko Novkov/stock.adobe.com
- Penny Lane Pub & Restaurant, Photo: Penny Lane Pub & Restaurant
- Aspen Restaurant, Photo: Aspen Restaurant
- Monkey Farm, Photo: Monkey Farm
- Cover Photo: Alex Krassel/stock.adobe.com