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The Bradley Teletheater is a Must-See When Visiting Windsor Locks
A trip to Windsor Locks, Connecticut simply wouldn't be complete without a stop at one of its most exciting attractions, the "simulcast" Bradley Teletheater. A first class facility where tourists and locals can watch and bet on jai-alai, as well as thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing, The Bradley Teletheater is sure to offer a thrilling experience for fervent racing fans as well as first-time spectators. The off-track theatre, which holds 1,200 seats in grandstand arrangement, features a state-of-the-art race book and top-notch restaurants such as the Winner's Circle Lounge and the Turf Club. And, of course, the venue features "simulcast" viewing and betting, which means that wagering is allowed at multiple sites.

The Bradley Teletheater is just across the street from the local airport in Windsor Locks; as a result, the venue makes for a particularly popular business meeting point. In fact, Bradley Teletheater hosts a number of social events - from parties to conferences; events include free parking, admission and programs, and the venue even offers a range of catering packages to accommodate any group.

While in Windsor Locks, visitors can take advantage of a number of other intriguing attractions, such as the Connecticut Convention Center in nearby Hartford; science buffs may be interested to know that the state-of-the-art convention center - which happens to be the largest venue of its kind between Boston and New York - also holds the Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration. The Noden-Reed Park Museum, a 22-acre historical park, is another area of interest in Windsor Locks, as is the New England Air Museum, the largest aviation museum in northeast United States.

As Windsor Locks is located halfway between Hartford, Connecticut and Springfield Massachusetts, an excursion to these two cities is not hard to undertake. Visit Connecticut's capital, which is also known as 'the insurance capital of the world,' then take a drive over to Springfield, which, interestingly enough, stands as the very first 'Springfield' among 34 in the United States; it is also home to the renowned Basketball Hall of Fame.

If you're planning a trip to Windsor Locks, you'll find that there are a number of fantastic hotel accommodation options to consider; Hilton Doubletree Hotel, for example, is right next to the airport - not to mention conveniently close to the Bradley Teletheater. So whether you're travelling on business or for leisure, you'll always have time to visit the teletheater; after all, a visit to Windsor Locks simply wouldn't be complete without it.
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