Free Yourself in Fairfield County, CT

Posted 02/28/19 Team Vaco

In this edition of Free Yourself Friday, we take you to Fairfield, County, CT where Vaco provides expert consulting, permanent placement, executive search, and strategic staffing.

Yes, we specialize in premier talent & solutions, but most importantly, we help people find freedom. We believe in the power of an entrepreneurial spirit, staying team focused and a true work-life balance.

So, if you find yourself visiting Fairfield County on business, wanting to explore the town’s vast wildlife conservation, or visit the 1920’s theatre, our local Vaconians have the top five places to Free Yourself.

Palace Theatre

Palace Theatre opened in the early 1920’s and was a staple of entertainment for the city. As the times have evolved, so has the theatre. Today you can enjoy shows ranging from The Book of Mormon, the Spring Jazz Series, Tap Dogs, and more! Interested in learning more about the classic Palace? Take a historical tour!

Lockwood-Matthews Mansion Museum

Financier and railroad tycoon, LeGrand Lockwood, can be accredited to building this beautiful estate from 1864-1868. For its time, the mansion was a marvel including both hot and cold indoor plumping. Can you believe it? Learn more about its history and excellence on a tour!

Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo

“Spend the Day a World Away.” Not only can you see a vast amount of species including leopards, sloths, or an array of wolfs, you can also learn about the zoo’s wildlife conservation around the state, volunteer opportunities, host events, and more!

Homestead Inn

This luxury four-star French inspired hotel and restaurant is known for its dramatic use of color, being home to many contemporary artist’s works, cuisine, and beautiful surrounding gardens. Located in one of the east coast’s wealthiest towns, you won’t find a swankier destination.

Connecticut Audubon Society Center at Fairfield

Did you say bird watching? The Audubon Society manages 20 wildlife sanctuaries which spans across about 3,000 acres of land. Sit back and watch the birds chirp, listen to scientists, educators, and more to learn about Connecticut’s extensive wildlife.