About South Windsor
South Windsor is a town in Hartford County, Connecticut, United States. The original inhabitants of the area were the Podunk Indians. The town was founded by English immigrants in 1652 as a part of Windsor. In 1845, it was incorporated as a separate town on the eastern bank of the Connecticut River. In the past, the town was known for agriculture and shipbuilding. Since 1950, the town has become less and less rural. Now South Windsor is a suburban town with commercial and industrial districts. The town is a popular destination for tourists. Old Main Street, Nevers and The Michael Donnelly Land Parks are the most popular places to visit in South Windsor.