About the Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce

Mystic Welcome Center Historic Building

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to advocate for business and tourism; to promote business alliances; to provide valuable benefits and services to our members; and to serve as a strong community partner in the economic development efforts in the Greater Mystic area.

About Mystic, Connecticut 06355

Mystic is a village in Groton and Stonington, Connecticut. It is not a municipality, and therefore, has no independent government. Historically, Mystic was a significant Connecticut seaport with more than 600 ships built over 135 years, starting in 1784.

Mystic has preserved her rich history meticulously; boats sitting in calm, blue waters as they await the opening of the Bascule Drawbridge, tall ships tied to the wharf, the hustle and bustle of Downtown Mystic, and Captain’s mansions lining the winding roads all contribute to making Mystic so special for visitors and residents alike.

Ask a Local: Mystic, Connecticut

Our very own Peggy Roberts, President of the Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce, shares the excitement and historical beauty of Mystic, Connecticut and the many adventures offered to both residents and visitors alike. Notable destinations include Mystic Seaport Museum, Olde Mistick Village's Sticky Situations, Red 36 and Mystic Knotwork in Downtown Mystic CT, Mystic Aquarium & more.

Learn more about the Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce

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