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Did you know that Hamden is also known as "The Land of the Sleeping Giant"?

Best Way to Travel: Bus, Car
#1 Thing to do: Sleeping Giant State Park
#2 Thing to do: West Rock Ridge State Park
#3 Thing to do: Laurel View Country Club

Fun Fact:
Hamden has an exeptional education system.
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Hamden is a lovely town in the state of Connecticut, United States, located more exactly in New Haven County, being also a suburb of the city of New Haven. The history of Hamden goes back to 1638, when it was purchased by Theophilus Eaton and John Davenport from the Quinnipiack Native American tribe. In 1786, Hamden became incorporated as a town and it was named after John Hampden, an English statesman.
Since then, Hamden knew a thorough development, especially due to the cotton gin industry. Now, there are 58.180 people living in Hamden, according to the 2010 census. A particularly interesting fact about Hamden is that Fortune Magazine and CNN Money ranked it at one of the best places in the country to live and launch, stating that Hamden wonderfully blends the urban and suburban lifestyle. Clearly, Hamden is worth visiting.

Top Attractions within Hamden

El Whitney Museum
is a wonderful teaching facility, dedicated to teaching experiments that are the roots of design and invention. The museum lies in the building of the Eli Whitney Armory, which was built in 1798 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. The exhibits here are simply amazing.

Sleeping Giant State Park
is one of the most popular recreational places in Hamden and it is located at Sleeping Giant, also known as Mount Camel. Here, you can enjoy activities such as hiking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, fishing, snowshoeing, rock climbing, bird watching and picnicking. Camping sites are also available. Clearly, everyone will find something to do in this amazing park.

The Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
is the place where you can spend a relaxing day in the core of the nature, enjoying hiking, walking, biking, jogging or roller-blading. You can take in the fresh air and admire the beautiful trees. There are also great bird watching spots you can check out.

The Hamden Historical Society
is the place to visit if you want to learn more about the history, culture and traditions of the area. The museum features numerous exhibits and puts on display many interesting artifacts.
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