Where the Connecticut River Meets the Long Island Sound
Old Saybrook is where the Connecticut River meets the Sound. It is one of the oldest towns in the state, incorporated in 1854 and has a long history dating back to 1635 when it began as an independent colony known as the Saybrook Plantation. Today Old Saybrook is a bustling town center offering many conveniences including name brand stores and a full service train station that offers frequent connections to New Haven, New York and Boston. Old Saybrook offers beautiful shores, vistas, marinas and an eclectic collection of shops and restaurants on its wide Main Street and nearby. There are two public beaches and several parks within the town, a mini-golf course and The Kate theatre. Old Saybrook is known for its two lighthouses and many lovely homes that date back to the 17th and 18th centuries. Annual attractions include a Memorial Day parade, an Arts & Craft show, a Taste-of-Saybrook, and a Summer Pops Concert and Fireworks. During the holidays, there is a Christmas Stroll along Main Street and the annual Torchlight Muster and Carol Sing.
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Updated: 29th September, 2020 2:20 PM (UTC).