About Simsbury 

Simsbury Town Hall

Population: (2018)  25.395 
 Land Area: 34 Square Mile
 Median Household Income: $229,588 

Total Number of Students: 5,053 Students in Simsbury
 Going on to Higher Education: 93.7% 

 Town Hall: 860-658-3230

Commute Times: 
 Hartford 35 min.
 Bradley International Airport 30 min. 

Simsbury was incorporated in 1670. A charming, quintessential New England community, with a rich heritage, it is scenically located along the banks of the Farmington River. 

Simsbury Town Green and Band Shell 

Comprised of four communities; Simsbury Center, West Simsbury, Weatogue and Tarrifville, Simsbury keeps getting better and better. This is the town in the valley that already consistently ranks at the top of all of the state's quality-of-life charts, so getting better is hard to imagine. Careful planning and development decisions continue to reap big benefits. Simsbury has more protected open space, an attractive town center, plenty of history and charm along with numerous recreational options and cultural attractions. Not only is the Simsbury lifestyle very inviting, but the school system in Simsbury is excellent as well. Homes here include impressive neighborhoods of stately traditional homes, elegant contemporary colonials, inviting condominium communities, upscale over 55 communities, and historic restorations.

Special Places

The Heublein Tower 
 Route 185 on Talcott Mountain. The 165-foot tall structure atop Talcott Mountain is the Valley's most visible landmark. Now a part of Talcott Mountain State Park, it was built as a summer retreat, between 1911 and 1914, by Gilbert Heublein of Heublein, Inc., distillers. Open to the public-a nice 30-minute hike up, with  gorgeous valley views.


Simsbury Farms Recreational Area
Old Farms Road, West Simbury. Previously an apple orchard, now a treasured town recreation facility. A top notch golf course, tennis and paddle tennis courts, skating rink, three swimming pools, playground, and restaurant, all open to the public. 


     ISCC - World famous skaters train here.

     ISCC - Youth Hockey

International Skating Center of Connecticut
 Route 10, north of Simsbury town center. 860-651-5400. Oksanna Baiul trained here, Victor Petrenko and Ekaterina Gordeva still do. So do lots of other up-and-coming skating stars. Skating lessons, community skating, and hockey going on all the time. Regular shows by the stars, too.


The Gymnastics Training Center 
Hopmeadow Street, Simsbury. Since 1976. An 11,000 square foot facility with the latest and most innovative gymnastics equipment available. Programs for children as  young as 3! Vacation mini-camps and programs for aspiring Olympians. Teams compete on a state and regional level. 

East Weatogue Historical District 
Route 185 to East Weatogue Street. Rosedale Farm has designer produce; Caldeira Nurseries the most coveted mums; and J.T. Hall's little farm stand is a subtle work of art with its heirloom veggies and Cinderella pumpkins.

The Tariffville Gorge 

Tariffville Gorge
 Route 315 to 189 east to 187 north. Cross river on 187, first right on Spoonville, right onto Tunxis at the bottom of hill. Go under Rt. 187 bridge to foothill trail to beach. The most challenging whitewater on the Farmington River. Has hosted a variety of national canoe and kayak competitions, including Olympic trials. See www.americanwhitewater.org/rivers

The Pickin' Patch
 Route 185 to Nod Road, south past Tower Ridge Country Club. 860-677-9552. Family-operated by the Woodfords since 1666! Flowers in spring, Christmas trees in December, and the Valley's finest produce all summer and fall. Hundreds of acres of pick-your-own products and a brimming farm store.

Tulmeadow Farm
Farms Village Road, West Simsbury A 270 acre farm, now owed by the Simsbury Land Trust. An idyllic landscape with cows, barns, bountiful farm store and the best ice cream on earth! 


Riverdale Farms Shopping
 Sixteen buildings with over 50 retail shops, restaurants and services; quaintly nestled where an old 19th Century dairy farm was located.

Flamig Farm in West Simsbury 


Simsbury Public Schools

Central Elementary School (K-6)
Central Elementary School
       29 Massaco Street
       Simsbury, CT 06070



Latimer Lane Elementary
Latimer Lane Elementary
       33 Mountain Road
       Weatogue, CT 06089



Squadron Line Elementary (K-6)
Squadron Line Elementary
       44 Squadron Line Road
       Simsbury, CT 06070



Tariffville Elementary (K-6)
Tariffville Elementary
       42 Winthrop Street
       Tariffville, CT 06081



Tootin' Hills School (K-6)
Tootin' Hills School
       25 Nimrod
West Simsbury, CT 06092



Henry James Memorial Middle School (7-8)
Henry James Memorial Middle School
       155 Firetown Road
       Simsbury, CT 06070



Simsbury High School (9-12)
Simsbury High School
       34 Farms Village Road
       Simsbury, CT 06070


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