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A walkway at the Mystic Art Association, Groton
A walkway at the Mystic Art Association, Groton
Located off of Water Street, between Steamboat Wharf and Powerhouse Condominiums, this site offers public access behind the Art Association building along the Mystic River.  There is no fee for parking in the lot.  Privately-owned.

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 Location
View interactive map of Mystic Art Association Water Street
Groton, Connecticut
 Fees
Yes. Contact Mystic Art Association for fee schedule.
 Directions
From the East: Take I-95 South to exit 89. Turn left onto Mystic Street/Route 614. Follow until you reach West Main Street. Turn left onto West Main Street. Turn slight right onto New London Road. Follow until intersection with Route 215. Turn left onto Water Street.
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From the West: Take I-95 North to exit 89. Turn left onto Mystic Street/Route 614. Follow until you reach West Main Street. Turn left onto West Main Street. Turn slight right onto New London Road. Follow until intersection with Route 215. Turn left onto Water Street.
 Parking
Parking Lot
 Accessibility
Parts of the site offering views of the water are wheelchair accessible. Some facilities/uses listed may not be fully accessible to the mobility-impaired.
 Site Contact Information
Website -Mystic Art Association
Address -9 Water Street
 Mystic, CT
 Facilities
Handicapped AccessHandicapped Access
 Activities
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 Environment
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