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The Weather in Stonington
Above are the weather conditions for Stonington. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 23° in January. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is August.
Enjoy Connecticut's beautiful coast with a Stonington vacation home
Stay in an elegant, colonial-style vacation home in Stonington for the quintessential Connecticut experience. Heavenly seafood, maritime history, and beaches await.
Head to Velvet Mill Community Arts Center, where local artists bump up against small businesses. Throughout the week, it hosts live performances, wellness services, and the Velvet Vine Bistro, while the bustling Farmers Market held each Saturday is the place to pick up fresh, local produce.
Stonington also produces its fair share of excellent wines. Saltwater Farm Vineyard is relatively new and takes advantage of Stonington's microclimate to produce its distinctive wines. Sample some as you look out onto pretty Wequetequock Cove.
Coogan Farm, meanwhile, in nearby Mystic has a Seasonal Giving Garden that produces three tons of food every year for local communities. You can additionally discover historic farm buildings and trails overlooking Mystic River.
For a taste of local heritage, visit Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House, a resplendent dual-purpose lighthouse and museum overlooking the water. Captain Palmer is famed for discovering Antarctica, and was born right here in Stonington.
Take a tour of the house and learn more about Stonington's fascinating maritime history, including how Captain Palmer blockaded the British here as a teenager during the War of 1812. The museum's granite tower offers splendid views and is a treasure trove of American Revolution and Native American artifacts and curios.
Children's activities on the coast
Kids will love watching the sea turtles glide through the water at Mystic Aquarium, where interactive exhibits and talks showcase the exciting wildlife native to this part of the coast. To see majestic sea creatures in the wild, take an exciting whale watching tour, also offered by Mystic Aquarium.
Older children and teenagers can dive into the water sports on offer in Stonington. Coastline Surf & Paddle offer board hire and lessons, as well as fun stand-up paddle boarding tours around Stonington Harbor.
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