Norwalk (Connecticut)

Norwalk is a city in Fairfield County, in the state of Connecticut in the United States of America. It includes the villages of: East Norwalk, West Norwalk, Cranbury, Silvermine, Winnipauk, Wilson Point, Harbor View, Rowayton and South Norwalk, known locally as "SoNo." Norwalk, probably due mostly to its proximity to New York City, is home to many large companies.

Get in

Get around

Norwalk has plenty of public transportation, buses and trains that create easy access to places all over the city. Train stations make it easy to get into Norwalk from all over the area. Most places can also be reached on foot within the different sections of the city.

See

Do

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Buy

Washington Street is home to some of the greatest shopping in Norwalk! specialty shops show what the city of Norwalk has to offer. Great clothes and crafts, also shops for home decorating so you can take a piece of Norwalk with you!

The Farmers Market is a great place for fresh fruits and veggies on a Saturday morning!

Eat

Drink

Local bars and restaurants on Washington Street provide great night life for the older crowd. With open store fronts and multiple themed establishments, there is something for everyone.

If you're a coffee fan then SoNo Caffeine, 133 Washington St., 203-857-4224, is the place for you, a low-key coffee shop with comfortable seating and good food.

Sleep

Go next

Routes through Norwalk

New Haven Westport  N  S  Darien New York City
New Haven Westport  N  S  Darien New York City
Danbury Wilton  N  S  Ends at
New Haven Westport  N  S  New Canaan New York City
Stamford Darien  SW  NE  Westport New Haven
New York City Merges into New Haven (red) line ← Stamford  SW  NE  Wilton Danbury


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