About Farmington

Farmington Town Hall

Population: (2018)  25,497
 Land Area: 28 Square Miles
 Median Household Income: $94,606


Total Number of Students: 4,393 Students in Farmington
 Going on to Higher Education 94%


Town Hall 860-673-8219

Commute Times: 
 Hartford 20 min.
 Bradley International Airport 35 min. 


Farmington, a small village along the Farmington River, was settled in 1645, by British colonists seeking religious freedom and economic opportunities. Its history is quite interesting, with homes that played a part in the Underground Railroad. A number of these homes are significant and therefore have been designated a Scenic Route by the State of Connecticut. A graceful blend of classic New England charm and the fine amenities of a modern suburban town, Farmington is dedicated to preserving its natural and historic beauty. 

Beyond the quaint village with its well-preserved Colonial homes, significant museums like the Hill-Stead and the famous Miss Porter's School is the more modern Farmington, with newer subdivisions, excellent schools, outstanding recreational facilities like Winding Trails and restaurants, the valley's largest hotel, the UCONN Health Center, Farmington Country Club, Farmington Polo Grounds, major corporations and the area's largest retail attraction, the Westfarms Mall. 

 Farmington Polo Club

Special Places

 Winding Trails

Winding Trails Recreation Area
 Farmington Valley's finest recreation facility, Winding Trails, is comprised of over 350 acres of woodlands, ponds, & fileds, plus 100 acre Dunning Lake. The main beach area has picnic tables, a volleyball court, basketball court, bath house and boat house. Our 11 acre sportsplex includes a Cross Country Ski Center which is available for group outings and programs throughout the year, and a summer day camp. The Walton Pond area includes ice skating, nature programs,  overnight camping, hiking, mountain biking and cross country skiing enjoyment. Winding Trails is the ideal facility for your family!


 Hill-Stead Museum

Hill-Stead Museum
 35 Mountain Road. 860-677-9064. This is the Valley's major tourist attraction, with more than 35,000 visitors annually. Outstanding example of Colonial Revival domestic architecture. Houses Pope family's collection of Impressionist paintings by Monet, Manet, Cassett, Degas and Whistler and antique furniture, rugs and decorative arts. Sponsors educational and cultural events. Walking trails. Location of annual summer Sunken Garden Poetry Festival.


 Stanley-Whitman Museum

Stanley-Whitman Museum
 37 High Street. 860-677-9222. Built in 1720 and restored to depict New England life in 18th century Farmington. A National Historic Landmark. Programming for families and children. Sampler Gift Shop sells educational materials, toys, and books on 18th century life.


 Route 4 in center of Farmington. Large metal sculptures by the late, local artist Fred Jones. Private property but open to the public.


 The Sanctuary

The Sanctuary
 2 Deer Run Road. 860-677-9125. A backyard aviary with exotic ducks, swans, geese, cranes and quail. Open by appointment only.


Suburban Park
 The extension of the Hartford trolley into Unionville helped transform this mill town into a developing suburb. Hartford residents traveled to Suburban Park by trolley for weekend jaunts and picnics. Farmington residents recently voted in favor of the Farmington Land trust purchasing the park to protect it from commercial and residential development.


Westfarms Mall 
 Westfarms is a 1.3 million square foot shopping mall straddling the Farmington and West Hartford town lines. The premiere shopping center of central Connecticut, it features over 160 well-known shops and restaurants. 


UCONN Health Center and John Dempsey Hospital 
 Located in Farmington, this is a vibrant organization consisting of the School of Medicine, School of Dental Medicine, John Dempsey Hospital, the UConn  Medical Group, UConn Health Partners and University Dentists. 



West District School Grades K-4
West District Elementary
       114 West District Road
       Unionville, CT 06085


Union School Grades K-4
Union Elementary
       173 School Street
       Unionville, CT 06085



East Farms School Grades K-4
East Farms Elementary
       25 Wolfpit Road
       Farmington, CT 06032



Noah Wallace School Grades K-4
Noah Wallace Elementary
       6 School Street
       Farmington, CT 06032



Westwoods Upper Elementary School Grades 5-6
Westwoods Upper Elementary 
       50 Judson Lane
       Farmington, CT 06032



Irving A. Robbins Middle School (7-8)
Irving A. Robbins Middle School
       20 Wolfpit Road
       Farmington, CT 06032



Farmington High School (9-12)
Farmington High School
       10 Monteith
       Farmington, CT 06032


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