Looking for a place to call home for the weekend? Explore, shop and stay in Mystic.

Here are a few places to explore while in Mystic:

The Whaler’s Inn, downtown Mystic’s largest boutique hotel, is nestled just steps from the banks of the Mystic River and the Bascule Drawbridge.

Sift Bake Shop, a French focused bakery owned and operated by Pastry Chef Adam Young, features a wide variety of artisanal breads, breakfast pastries and sweet and savory delights.

Mystic Seaport Museum, is the nation’s leading maritime museum. Founded in 1929 to gather and preserve the rapidly disappearing artifacts of America’s seafaring past, the Museum has grown to become a national center for research and education with the mission to “inspire an enduring connection to the American maritime experience.”

If you are traveling with kids, or you just love visiting the aquarium, head to Mystic Aquarium to visit Beluga Whales and many other marine life.

You can’t leave Mystic, CT without tasting a slice of heaven. Stop by Mystic Pizza, the pizza that made the movie famous.

If shopping is top on your priority list, stroll up and down Main Street where you will find quaint boutique shops like Adore where you will find worldly treasures for the home, or The Black Dog the only one you’ll find in Connecticut and many other similar shops.

In the mood for ice cream, Mystic Sweets will delight you.

For wine lovers, take a short ride to Stonington Vineyards — sit and relax while enjoying a bottle of Seaport White, a favor among travelers.

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