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  2. Category:Indoor arenas in Connecticut - Wikipedia

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    Category:Indoor arenas in Connecticut Subcategories This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total. B Basketball venues in Connecticut ‎ (2 C, 13 P) D Defunct indoor arenas in Connecticut ‎ (1 P) Pages in category "Indoor arenas in Connecticut" The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total.

  3. Indoor games and sports - Wikipedia

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    Indoor games and sports. Indoor games and sports are a variety of structured games or competitive physical exercises, typically carried out either at home, in a well- sheltered building, or in a specially constructed sport venue such as a gym, a natatorium, an arena or a roofed stadium .

  4. Family entertainment center - Wikipedia

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    The most common anchor activities are miniature golf, kart racing, arcade and redemption games, and food & beverages, according to industry specialists StoneCreek Partners. [1] FECs rarely use custom-built attractions, because of the costs involved, and instead install off-the-shelf systems provided and maintained by industry equipment vendors.

  5. Xfinity Theatre - Wikipedia

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    Xfinity Theatre Xfinity Theatre (originally known as the Meadows Music Theatre) is an outdoor/indoor amphitheatre located in Hartford, Connecticut, owned by Live Nation. The capacity of the venue is 30,000.

  6. List of museums in Connecticut - Wikipedia

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    Bush–Holley House. Greenwich. Fairfield. Historic house. This former boarding house, now run by the Greenwich Historical Society, was once used by artists in the Cos Cob Art Colony, holds examples of their work and regularly offers exhibits on art and local history. Burnham–Hibbard House.

  7. Payne Whitney Gymnasium - Wikipedia

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    The building houses the facilities of many varsity teams at Yale, including basketball, fencing, gymnastics, squash, swimming, and volleyball. It is the second-largest gym in the world by cubic feet. The building was donated to Yale by John Hay Whitney, of the Yale class of 1926, in honor of his father, Payne Whitney.

  8. Toyota Oakdale Theatre - Wikipedia

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    Toyota Oakdale Theatre. The Oakdale Theatre (originally known as the Oakdale Musical Theatre) is a multi-purpose performance venue, located in Wallingford, Connecticut. Opened in 1954, the venue consists of an auditorium and domed theatre, known as The Dome at Oakdale .

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