The state offers grants and programs to enhance the state's art scene, upgrade and promote tourist destinations identify and preserve historic properties, and educate the public about Connecticut's history and tourism sites.
Residents and visitors interested in Connecticut's role in the anti-slavery effort and the growth of free African-American communities can follow Connecticut's Freedom Trail to more than 130 locations in 50 towns.
CT Visit.com is the premier location for tourism information in Connecticut. Anyone interested in historical landmarks, events and information can search the site for keyword "historical." A list of relevant activities, events and locations will be provided.
The Offices of Culture and Tourism offers a list of local organizations, associations and foundations for the arts, tourism and humanities. Some of the associations listed include the American Association of Museums, the Association of Performing Arts Presenters, the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC), The New England Foundation of the Arts and the American Automobile Association.