LIVE, WORK, PLAY, IN SIMSBURY

“Welcome to Simsbury” Nestled amid the natural beauty of the Farmington River Valley, just 10 miles northwest of Hartford, Simsbury the the ideal town—a wonderful place to live, retire, or raise a family. Niche has named Simsbury as one of Connecticut’s top three towns to live in their 2018 rankings and in 2015 Money Magazine ranked Simsbury as one of the 10 best places to live in America!”

RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

Hiking, Biking, Skating and more
Enjoy 4 State Parks, playgrounds, swimming pools, tennis courts, public and private golf courses. The Farmington River flows through town providing you the chance to try your luck at catching some trout, or just enjoy a leisurely canoe trip on a warm sunny day. The fun doesn’t end with the cold weather—we have miles of trails for cross country skiing, hills perfect for sledding, even an outdoor hockey rink. Plus a world class indoor skating facility home to premier skaters and Olympic champions.
Simsbury was recognized as the first bike friendly town in Connecticut and awarded the prestigious Silver Bicycle Friendly Community by the American League of Cyclists. Don’t have a bike? Not to worry, we are fortunate to be part of a regional bike share program that makes bikes available to borrow for up to 24 hours.

SO MANY THINGS TO DO!

Places to eat, concerts & craft fairs
Our outdoor Performing Arts Center at Simsbury Meadows is the summer home for the Hartford Symphony Orchestra. In addition to the wonderful concerts performed by the HSO, past concerts have included Alison Krauss, Earth Wind & Fire, Willy Nelson, and even the Beach Boys. If you are looking for something to do on the weekend there is always an event going on in town: Farm to Table dinners at local farms, Arts and Craft shows, Flea Market & Food Truck Festival, various 5K events, the Chamber of Commerce Chili Challenge, the annual SeptemberFest highlighting our local businesses and restaurants, just to name a few. Don’t forget to enjoy a meal at one of wonderful restaurants, we’re home to several award winning chefs!

Simsbury Eno Memorial Hall

Working Farms

Excellent Public Education

Simsbury Public education
Simsbury is recognized for our excellent public education system, many of our schools receiving various points of recognition. Most recently, Simsbury High School was ranked #6 in the State by US News and World Reports in 2017. The town also offers several highly ranked private schools in the state.

SIMSBURY PUBLIC EDUCATION

▸ Simsbury Public Schools

THE COBB SCHOOL MONTESSORI
112 Sand Hill Rd., Simsbury, Ct 06070-261

ETHEL WALKER SCHOOL
230 Bushy Hill Rd., Simsbury, Ct 06070-2637

LATIMER LANE SCHOOL
33 Mountain View Dr., Weatogue, Ct 06089-9721

SIMSBURY HIGH SCHOOL
34 Farms Village Rd., Simsbury, Ct 06070-2344

FARMINGTON VALLEY REGIONAL DIAGNOSTIC CENTER
125 Latimer Ln., Weatogue, Ct 06089-9735

TOOTIN’ HILLS SCHOOL
25 Nimrod Rd., West Simsbury, Ct 06092-2520

HENRY JAMES MEMORIAL SCHOOL
155 Firetown Rd., Simsbury, Ct 06070-1962

CENTRAL SCHOOL
29 Massaco St., Simsbury, Ct 06070-2118

ST MARY’S SCHOOL
946 Hopmeadow St., Simsbury, Ct 06070-1819

THE MASTER’S SCHOOL
36 Westledge Rd., West Simsbury, Ct 06092-2319

The town of simsbury
Historic homes are sprinkled throughout town, giving us that New England charm that many love. Several have indeed been registered by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Perhaps our most notable nationally registered Historic Place is the Old Drake Hill Flower Bridge. Today it is used by hikers, bicyclists, and pedestrians. The picturesque flower boxes and hanging baskets make it a favorite place for photographers and artists alike.
Our landscape is dotted with several working farms, including an award winning vineyard, protected open spaces, and miles of hiking/biking trails. We are a community that values our environment.