About
Durham

What's Durham Connecticut like?

Durham is a picturesque agricultural town in the hills of Middlesex County.  This small town offers its roughly 7,000 residents quaint historic homes, newer developments, and large parcels of farmland for horses, cows, or other farm animals.   Durham is home to many trail systems, including Millers Pond State park, which also offers scenic views for picnicking, mountain biking, hiking and more.

 

Durham, CT
Schools & Education

Durham students are served by Regional School District 13, which also serves students in next door Middlefield. Four of the district’s schools reside in Durham, and two are in Middlefield. Coginchaug Regional High School is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and offers Advanced Placement (AP), UConn Early College Experience, and Honors level classes.

The Commute
Getting Around

Durham residents have easy access to RT-9 and I-91. Commutes to New Haven and Hartford are under 30 minutes.

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Durham, Connecticut
Things to Do

Durham has an active town green, with festivals, farmers’ markets and more throughout the year.  Durham’s biggest claim to fame is its annual Durham Agricultural Fair, which draws more than 200,000 visitors annually.  It is host to traditional fair midways, livestock, rides, plenty of food and craft vendors, and big names in music for evening concerts.  Recent musicians performing include Melissa Etheridge, Pat Benatar, REO Speedwagon, Martina McBride, Kenny Rogers, and Blues Traveler.

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