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American Clock & Watch Museum

Come admire curious clocks, watches, and time pieces!
Photo of American Clock and Watch Museum in the spring
On April 10, 1954 the Bristol Clock Museum opened its doors to the general public as the first museum in America totally devoted to horology. Celebrating the innovation and artistry of the American clock and watch industries, The American Clock & Watch Museum is located in the Federal Hill neighborhood.

Barnes Memorial Nature Center

Get ready to be immersed in nature among the insects and animals to behold!
Located at 175 Shrub Road in Bristol, the Barnes Memorial Nature Center is a community center where people of all ages can be educated on nature. With regular exhibits and planned activities facilities by staff and volunteers, the nature center truly is a place to develop a love for nature and animals.

Bristol Historical Society

Preserving the past, present and future of Bristol.
The Bristol Historical Society Museum, located in Bristol, Connecticut, is a museum dedicated to the promotion of interest in Bristol history and encouraging an appreciation for its importance.

Bristol History Room

Take a journey through Bristol's History in the History Room.

Bristol Public Library

Bristol's crown jewel of knowledge and literature!

Federal Hill Neighborhood

One of the oldest historic neighborhoods filled with lots of charm!

Imagine Nation: A Museum Early Learning Center

Be enthralled in a place that has children and families imagine! Plus a 1940's soda fountain!

Indian Rock Nature Preserve

Where Education and Conservation Meet
Indian Rock Nature Preserve photo
The Indian Rock Nature Preserve occupies and operates on ancestral lands utilized by the Tunxis people and their descendants. The Tunxis people are the original stewards of this land, frequenting this land to hunt and gather resources.

Manross Library

The Forestville branch of the Bristol Public Library