Difference between revisions of "Wilton (Connecticut)"
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Wilton, Connecticut is a beautiful rural residential town in New England. Wilton is located in Fairfield County. The first written record of Wilton dates back to 1640. During The Civil War, Wilton was one of the stops for the Underground Wilton. Wilton has transformed itself from a small farming town to a suburban residential community. The total population is about 18,000. In 2007, CNN Money voted Wilton one of the best places to live in the United States. Wilton is located in Connecticut's Gold Coast, it is one of the most affluent communities in the U.S. Wilton is desirable for its proximity to New York City. Wilton residents often travel to New York City for business purposes, as well as the surrounding cities of Norwalk, C.T. and Stamford, C.T.
From the SOUTH: Take I-95 N toward New Haven, take Exit 15 toward Norwalk/Danbury
From the NORTH: Take I-95 S, take Exit CT 15/Merritt and W. Cross PKWY
Greyhound has frequent bus routes and stops that go through Wilton
Metro North Railroad Amtrak (MTA) trains run through Wilton's town center
JFK Airport is located 55 miles south of Wilton La Guardia Airport is located 45 miles south of Wilton
Wilton Pizza and Pasta 202 Town Green, 203-762-007, features jazz music, great pizza and atmosphere. Orem's Diner 167 Danbury Road, 203-762-7370, great family place, fabulous dinner food.