Shopping & Attractions

Explore historic landmarks, a myriad of shopping options, a walkable downtown, and more.

Downtown Milford

Restaurants, shops, a historic New England Green, Milford Harbor, and a Metro North Train Station round out this dynamic walkable downtown.

Milford Historical Society

Tour three historic Colonial homes ranging from circa 1700 to 1785. The Eells-Stow House is one of the oldest preserved homes in New England.

Devon Center

The village of Devon features a walkable main street with restaurants, shops, a Revolutionary War landmark, and a soon-to-be waterfront brewery.

Walnut Beach

A dynamic waterfront area with shops, eateries, recreational facilities, summer concert series, and more.

Route 1 Commercial District

A wide range of shopping, dining, and amenities can be found along Route 1.

Connecticut Post Mall

Connecticut’s largest mall features over 150 stores, restaurants, and a movie theater.

The MAC: Milford Arts Center

Adjacent to the train station in downtown, the MAC features performing art shows, community events, art exhibits, educational programs, and more.

Firehouse Gallery

Historic firehouse turned art gallery features a variety of art exhibits, classes, workshops, demonstrations, and interactive experiences.

Milford Green

The second longest town green in New England. Located in the heart of downtown, its history goes back to at least 1646.

Milford Historic District

Beautiful ponds and waterfalls surrounded by historic 18th and 19th century homes.