As you're strolling through the park-like campus, stop at the college library, which is open to the public. It's an excellent resource for federal documents.
Head toward the chapel spire to soak up some history and admire the building's stained-glass scenes from Hamlet. Anyone can visit or attend a service here.
The Hartford Stage student-run theatre often screens independent and art films. After a visit, why not head to into West Hartford? There are plenty of shops and restaurants in West Hartford center.
Renting a car at Bradley International Airport lets you visit the college easily. Located within driving distance of both Boston and New York City, the college is strategically placed. You can easily find taxis at the Amtrak station in Union Place.
Located at 351 Farmington Avenue, this café and museum is a highlight for many visitors to Hartford. Its event calendar includes fun activities such as Holiday House and Murder Mystery tours.