Introduction to Killingly, Connecticut
The town of Killingly was incorporated in 1708. The community was named after an English manor. Many buildings and places in Killingly are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The town has a council-manager form of government.
Killingly and nearby Attractions
- Killingly Public Library
- Saint Albans Episcopal Church
- Killingly Shopping Center
- Quinebaug Pond
- Old Furnace State Park
Things To Do In Killingly
While in Killingly, one can plan a day trip to any of the local parks, which provide facilities for a variety of sports. The Killingly Shopping Center and the Brooklyn Common Shopping Center are ideal destinations for those who like to shop. In addition, the town hosts the Killingly Grange Fair every September.
Providence International and Bradley International are the nearest major airports.
Killingly Higher Education
Courses in higher education are offered by Bryant College, Eastern Connecticut State University and the University of Connecticut.