Address: 552 Main St, Hartford, CT, 06103

ABUNDANT street parking available after 5pm and on weekends.

Tour starts outside Hartford City Hall.

From State Capitol Building: Travel east on Elm St, passing Pulaski Circle, Take a left on Main St.

From Connecticut Science Center: Travel south on Columbus Blvd, take a right onto Arch St, take a left onto Main St.

By Public Transit: Main St and Arch St stop. CT Transit Bus Lines 31, 33, 37, 39, 41, 43, 47, 53, 55, 59, 69, 121

From North/South: Take Interstate 91 to exit 29A. Continue on Arch St, take a left onto Main St.

From East/ West: Take Interstate 84 to exit 48B. Turn left onto Capitol Avenue, take a left onto Main Street.

By train: Departs north from Union Station - New Haven. Departs south from Union Station - Springfield, MA.

From Miami, FL: Take Interstate 95 North, continue 1356 miles, merge onto Interstate 91 North, continue 38 miles to Hartford. TOLLS APPLY.

From Los Angeles, CA: Take Interstate 10 East to Interstate 15 East, Merge onto Interstate 40, continue 2101 miles, to Interstate 81, continue 629 miles, merge onto Interstate 84, continue 192 miles to Hartford.

By train: Service through Amtrak. Routes: Acela, California Zephyr, Sunset Limited, Empire Builder, Texas Eagle, and more!

From South America: Travel North, crossing Panama Canal and US Border, take I20 to I95 to I91 to Hartford.

By plane: Fly Into BDL - Bradley International Airport - Hartford, Springfield. 22 hour flight time from Beijing, China. United States Visa may be required.

By boat: Service from Southhampton, UK to New York, NY available through Queen Mary 2 transatlantic ferry.

From Mars: Board space shuttle, travel 147,710,000 miles. Approximately 9 month trip. Times vary greatly on orbits. Land in Port Canaveral, FL. Take I95 to I91 to Hartford.

From Saturn: Head towards sun, pass outer rings, travel 982,890,000 miles. Approximately 8 years. Cryostasis recommended.


By wormhole: Enter speculative structure linking disparate points in spacetime. Exit at Milky Way Galaxy. Travel to museum.

Special note: According to, "Whether wormholes actually exist remains to be seen."