Remodeling Kitchens In Glastonbury & More!
Did you know that Gideon Welles, an aide, confidant and later a friend of Abraham Lincoln was a resident of Glastonbury, Hartford County? He was also the Secretary of the Navy under Abraham Lincoln and soon gained fame as the Father of the Modern Navy. The history of Glastonbury is filled with legends like him.
The first ever anti-slavery petition brought before the Congress was also brought from here. Forty women, including Hannah Hickok Smith and her five daughters, signed a petition denouncing slavery. On February 5, 1840, it was presented to Congress by the former president, John Quincy Adams. The history of Glastonbury is one of the most amazing parts of this small town, if you want to learn more about the bewildering history of Glastonbury you must visit the Museum on the Hubbard Green MT.
Apart from an interesting history lesson the town has much more to offer. Like its surrounding towns where Kitchen Infinity also provides kitchen remodeling services in Granby and Bloomfield, the town is blessed with rich farmlands where you can hand pick fruits and veggies. There are also parks right in front of the river for your perfect Sunday getaway. The town has excellent housing communities and offers special discounts to low income families. The local authorities and some private investors have developed state of the art low income apartments which cater to all your needs. Other than that, the high-end housing and apartments are just a work of excellence where you can customize the apartment however you see sit and how best to give your house a new look than to remodel your kitchen. Our kitchen remodelling team in Glastonbury design and remodel state of the art kitchens which are perfect for your house.
And when you’re done with your house you can step out into this awe-inspiring town and enjoy the most wonderful recreation activities. Here’s what you can do in Glastonbury to light up your gloomy weekend.
RiverFront Park – This is a tourist and resident favorite spot all year round. The river and admirable scenery are not the only good things about the park. A local tour company also offers river recreation including boat tours, kayaking, and more. If your children are small then their playgrounds are literally the best in CT. Don’t forget to visit this park. And when it comes to kids and creating the most important room in your home, the special team of kitchen remodelers in Connecticut will help make you feel wonderful about your kitchen and will help bring the family together.
Rose Berry Farm – Competing with Farmington in crops, Glastonbury has a variety of crops growing. As their name suggests the juiciest berry are grown in this farm and if you get the chance to go during the season you can hand pick some of the best for yourself. The farm also runs a stand at 1200 Hebron Avenue, stocked with seasonal produce like berries, peaches, herbs, flowers, cucumber, lettuce, peppers, spinach, apples, pears, and lots more. So, don’t be sad if you can’t go to the farm!
Minnechaug Golf Course – At the foot of east Glastonbury’s Minnechaug Mountain, lies this nine-hole par 35 municipal course. Fun fact; there’s a menu for the course restaurant, Giovanni’s Pizzeria so you can call ahead and your order will be ready when you are. Once you’re done golfing be prepared for some great pizza! This place is known for its delicious pizza so don’t miss out on this one.
Welles Turner Memorial Library – This library is like a church for the local community. All year-round people keep gathering here but mostly during summer vacations when the children have book clubs, games, story times, movie screenings and a great deal more. Families really come together and enjoy. If you’re a tourist, you should visit the library not just because of the distinguished architecture of the building. The library is also a handy resource, providing free maps, newspapers, free Wi-Fi, computer banks and restrooms.
Explore your town more and have the greatest weekends!