The recently remodeled Whaler’s Inn was one of the stops on Governor Ned Lamont’s tour of downtown Mystic.
Go and enjoy a movie at Mystic Luxury Cinemas in the Olde Mistick Village.
Three male harbor seals are getting another chance at life thanks to Mystic Aquarium’s Animal Rescue Team.
While some choose not to shave this month, the Mystic Aquarium is hoping people choose not to use one time use plastic straws.
"No Straw November" is now a national movement to try to keep plastics out of the oceans and locally out of Long Island Sound.
(WTNH) — Four harbor seal pups are being released back into the ocean on Friday! Each seal pup was considered to have been abandoned shortly after birth and were initially rescued by Marine Mammals of Maine. RELATED: Seal spotted basking in the sun on the Connecticut River Wade, Carroll, Christie and Shelley will be released […]
Two seals are back in the ocean after being nursed back to health at Mystic Aquarium.
If you are looking for a summer get away with your family. Even if it is raining you could still enjoy this activity.
UNCASVILLE, Conn. (AP) — Washington, of course, would take its first WNBA championship no matter where it happens. But the Mystics want to win it in Connecticut on Tuesday in part for their coach. Mike Thibault spent 10 years in Uncasville and led the Connecticut Sun to eight playoff appearances, including Finals in 2004 and […]
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A young female spotted seal named Nuna, originally rescued in Alaska, has found a new home at Mystic Aquarium.