Berlin Historical Society Museum 305 Main St, Berlin, CT06037 The Berlin Historical Society Museum is a nonprofit that chronicles the development of Berlin. Its biggest exhibit takes…More place at the Berlin Fair. The museum is open Saturdays 1pm to 4pm from April to December, when it offers tours showing the development of Berlin through the years.
New Britain Youth Museum At Hungerford Park 191 Farmington Ave, Berlin, CT06037 The New Britain Youth Museum is a non-profit educational facility with animal exhibits and nature to explore all around.…More Natural science programs and classes for children are held throughout the school year. A number of special events for the public are also held all year. Inside, animals, such as ferrets, exotic birds, snakes, fish and more, are exhibited. Outside, you will find the barnyard animals, such as goats, ducks, geese, wild turkeys, chickens and owls. Some of the animals were rescued and need rehabilitation. The museum is open to the public, and you are able to take self-guided tours around the museum and nature trail.
Show Lighting Corp. 20 Willard Ave, Berlin, CT06037 Show Lighting Corp. is a lighting supplier that offers rentals, sales and services for your theatrical needs. Products…More include lighting, rigging, special effects, power distribution, crystal-controlled generators, xenon and HMI followspots, 60-inch carbon arc searchlights and generators. Show Lighting has been providing these services for trade shows, exhibits, outdoor tournaments, special events, food shows, conventions and civic centers since 1956.