See the City

Get a glimpse of Waterbury, CT by clicking on the arrows in the photo rotator, then take a deeper look by exploring the galleries below.

East Main St., Waterbury, CT
Combining British technology and Yankee ingenuity, Waterbury put itself on the map in the early 1800s as the center of the country’s brass industry. Today, it is still known as the “Brass City.”
Margaret Croft School
Margaret Croft School was named after a teacher at South Elm Street School who retired in 1909 after 46 years.
Fulton Park Pond
Lower Fulton Park Pond is located on Cooke Street.
Soldiers' Monument
Soldiers' Monument was dedicated in 1884.
The Brass Horse
The Brass Horse is a popular restaurant and bar that boasts nightly drink specials.
Waterbury Arts Magnet School
Waterbury Arts Magnet School, located on South Elm Street, opened its doors in 2004.
Timexpo Museum
History and commerce are reflected in the Timexpo Museum in the Brass Mill Commons Mall on Union Street.
Downtown Waterbury
Downtown is centered around the Waterbury Green.