Westport, located on the "gold coast" of Connecticut, has long been distinguished as a fashionable destination for artists, musicians and authors – home through the years to F. Scott Fitzgerald, Paul Newman, and Nile Rogers. Its primary draw today for residents and businesses include a nationally-ranked school system, an acclaimed library, rolling hills, coastal beauty, and sophisticated cultural shopping and dining experiences.
Westport is ranked the 10th wealthiest town in the U.S. with populations between 20 - 65,000 (2008 census), and the second wealthiest in Connecticut.
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Due to the town's ambiance and reputation, plus additional attractions including some of the region's most sought after beaches, the Westport Country Playhouse (one of the oldest and most prolific in the US) and cultural offerings like the waterside Levitt outdoor pavilion, Westport is a common day trip escape for visitors across the tri-state area, including Manhattan, New Haven, and Danbury regions.