Located in downtown Norwalk, CT is the neighborhood South Norwalk. Originally called Old Well, South Norwalk was incorporated as its own city in 1870. In 1913, Norwalk and South Norwalk were consolidated to become one city.
Several buildings and areas in South Norwalk are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including the Beth Israel Synagogue, Haviland and Elizabeth Streets-Hanford Place Historic District, Norwalk River Railroad Bridge, South Main and Washington Streets Historic District, as well as the post office.
South Norwalk, or locally known among Fairfield County citizens as SoNo, is well known for its restaurants and nightlife. The Maritime Aquarium and IMAX theater, as well as a cinema, provide entertainment for those of all ages.
The annual Arts Celebration in SoNo is great fun for all during the summer. With streets filled with different vendors, you are sure to find something!
South Norwalk also has its own train station, with through trains to Stamford and New York City. SoNo is great for commuters or those who wish to get away for the day!
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