Old Saybrook Attractions

Harvey's Beach Near Old Saybrook, Connecticut

Harvey’s Beach

Located just ten minutes from Saybrook Point Inn, this Old Saybrook beach is the perfect place to pass a summer day. Grab lunch from Fresh Salt to-go, and enjoy a leisurely picnic lunch by the water and an afternoon of swimming.

Causeway Over The Connecticut River At Sunset Near Saybrook Point Inn & Spa

Walk “The Loop”

Explore the scenic waterfront highway 154, around North Cove Road, to where you’ll see many beautiful, historic homes and magnificent trees that have been around for hundreds of years. Be sure to ask the Front Desk for a map before you head out.

Island Charters On The Connecticut River

Islander Sport Fishing Charters

Take in an experience on a big boat for a small price with Captain Wayne. Aboard any of the various trips available, The Islander guarantees you will catch a fish!

realescape

Real Escape

Departs from Saybrook Point Marina. Luxury awaits you aboard the charter motor yacht, Real Escape. Cruise the Connecticut River, Long Island Sound, New York, Rhode Island and Massachusetts on your own private charter with up to 37 guests.

Arts & Culture

The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center Entrance

The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center—“The Kate”

Located just 2 minutes from the Inn, The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center is a non-profit performing arts organization featuring a 250-seat theatre and a small museum honoring Katharine Hepburn. The mission of the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center is to promote the variety and diversity of the performing arts on the Connecticut Shoreline by providing an artistic home for these arts while honoring the legacy of Connecticut’s finest actress.

Historical Society of Old Saybrook Connecticut

Old Saybrook Historical Society

This non-profit organization with a mission to investigate, preserve and maintain collections in archeology, furniture, genealogy, and historic records of the Town of Old Saybrook while encouraging the study and appreciation of this historical heritage -especially by the young people of the area.