Your Guide to Exploring Norwalk

Exploring Norwalk

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From a everything about SoNo to lunch in Rowayton or a deep dive about Sheffield Island, there is so much to discover about Norwalk! Check out our overview of the city, download a walking tour, or read up on your neighborhood and enjoy Norwalk.

The Neighborhoods of Norwalk

Coastal living? Check. Old Country Roads? Check. Commute to NYC? Check. But hey, what is there to do? Our guides help you figure that out.

SoNo Collection Norwalk, CT
Sono

The SoNo Collection

The SoNo Collection opened in October of 2019, and like most of the retail businesses, struggled to find its path forward through the COVID pandemic.

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Oak Hills Golf Course Norwalk CT
Parks

Oak Hills Golf Course

Oak Hills is a municipal golf course that offers tennis courts as well as nature trails for residents to enjoy. The 18-hole golf course opened

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East Norwalk

Veteran’s Park

Across from historic SoNo, in what is technically “East” Norwalk but is practically a part of the SoNo scene, is Veteran’s or Vet’s Park. This

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Lockwood Mathews Mansion Norwalk CT
Central Norwalk

Lockwood Mathews Mansion

Just north of I-95 and on the northern boundary of South Norwalk lies the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion, one of Norwalk’s iconic attractions. Built in 1868, during a period

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Union Park Norwalk CT
Central Norwalk

Union Park

At the end of Mott Street you’ll find Union Park, another First Taxing District park that sits idle most days. The park is also the

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East Norwalk Cemetery
East Norwalk

East Norwalk Cemetery

The first burial of colonial settlers was in 1655 making this cemetery the oldest in Norwalk. The triangle shape echos that of the Norwalk green

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Stroffolino Bridge
East Norwalk

Why Is This Named That?

The bridge that spans the Norwalk River and connects East Norwalk to South Norwalk is named after Stanley H. Stroffolino. A former state senator and

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