West Hartford is a town located in Hartford County, Connecticut, United States. Located 5 miles (8.0 km) west of downtown Hartford, is an upmarket inner-ring suburb located in Greater Hartford. The population was 63,268 at the 2010 census. The town is known for its popular downtown area colloquially known as "West Hartford Center," or simply "The Center," which is centered on Farmington Avenue and South/North Main Street. West Hartford Center has been the community's main hub since the late 17th century. In 2008, Blue Back Square opened as a new addition to the central area. Blue Back includes a bookstore, a movie theater, two parking garages, various physician and medical offices, and several restaurants. Incorporated as a town in 1854, the town was previously a parish of Hartford. Among the southernmost of the communities encompassed within the Hartford-Springfield Knowledge Corridor metropolitan region, West Hartford is home to University of Hartford and the University of Saint Joseph. In 2010, Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine listed West Hartford as one of the nation's "10 Great Cities for Raising Families." In 2010, Kiplinger's ranked West Hartford #9 on its "10 Best Cities for the Next Decade" list. In 2010, CNN Money ranked West Hartford as the 55th best small city in America. In 2010, the national online magazine Travelandleisure.com cited West Hartford as one of 10 "coolest" suburbs in the nation. The magazine called the West Hartford Reservoir off Farmington Avenue "West Hartford's version of Central Park," and it also noted the town's "vacation-worthy hot spots, with cutting-edge restaurants, great shopping, and plenty of parking." Wikipedia
West Hartford is a town located in the Hartford County in the state of Connecticut in the United States and is known for its popular downtown area known as "West Hartford Centre". This area has been the hub for cultural and art performances. Places of interest in West Hartford are: Bishops Corner, a community organization for various activities for the locals; Blue Back Square, a shopping mall; Elizabeth Park, a city park which is spread over 100 acers which houses a rose garden and a greenhouse; Elmwood, an enclave composed of family homes and duplexes; Noah Webster House, home to American lexicographer Noah Webster is today converted in a museum; Fern Park; Westfarms Mall; Park Road; West Hartford Centre; and Westmoor Park.