Coming to Mystic Connecticut is like taking a trip back to the past, when Connecticut played a major part in the whaling and shipping industry of the country. And yet there is the modern side to Mystic Connecticut, making it a great place to live as well as one of the most popular vacation locations. Lets take a look at what a visitor to Mystic, Connecticut will find today.
The main attraction in Mystic is the Mystic Aquarium & Institute for Exploration. 55 Coogan Blvd. Mystic, Commecticut 06355-1997. They have a great many things going on like a special exhibit on animals of the Amazon and a special pool where you can actually pet the sea animals. Talk about getting up close and personal. They have new things going on all the time, so each visit can be a new adventure.
No visit to Mystic Connecticut is complete without a visit to The Museum of America and the Sea. In addition to their exhibits, they have many special events going on for the summer of 2007 such as Modern Marine Masters Exhibition
Lobster Days, Small Craft Weekend, Sea Music Festival,
WoodenBoat Show, Independence Day, Antique & Classic Boat Rendezvous, Melville Marathon, Trawler Fest, Antique Marine Engine Exposition.
Mystic is more than museums, it is a vibrant community with some of the best restaurants around, with one to suite every one and as for shopping, just take a stroll around the streets of Mystic and give a look in the windows of the quaint shops and you will want to walk into everyone of the.
Think you would like to live in Mystic, Connecticut? Take a look at some of the properties that are available today. It will give you a good prospective on what you can expect to find. Prices do change in real estate, depending on supply and demand, so what you see now may not be available in the near future, so if you are serious, snap to it. If something looks interesting, just take a weekend and visit Mystic and see the beauty for yourself. Word and pictures can only say so much. Only seeing first hand can give you a real feel for the area.
A two family duplex, each apartment with 3 bedrooms, $375,000
A three bedroom ranch house with and additional two family to rent out for income, $575,000
A four bedroom one family home for $300,000
A three bedroom contemporary with three bedrooms for $450,000
A large contemporary custom built four bedroom house $585,000
A three bedroom Victorian colonial for $450,000