Brookfield is an affluent town in Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States, situated within the southern foothills of the Berkshire Mountains. The town is located 43 miles (69 km) northeast of New York City, making it part of the New York metropolitan area. In July 2013, Money magazine ranked Brookfield the 26th-best place to live in the United States, and the best place to live in Connecticut.
Route 7 and Route 202 run straight through Brookfield. The both connect to I-84 at the bottom. Brookfield is about 70 minutes from New York City.
- Stewart International Airport in Newburgh, NY, with flights going to Philadelphia, Orlando, Ft. Lauderdale, Atlanta, and Detroit. It is about 70 minutes away .
- Tweed New Haven Regional Airport in New Haven, with a flight going to Philadelphia. It is about 70 minutes away.
- LaGuardia Airport in Queens, NYC, with dozens of flights going worldwide. It is about 80 minutes away.
- Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, with dozens of flights going worldwide. It is about 90 minutes away.
- JFK Airport in Brooklyn, NYC, with dozens of flights going worldwide. It is about 90 minutes away.
- Newark International Airport' in Newark, New Jersey, with dozens of flights going worldwide. It is about 110 minutes away.
Hart bus services run through Brookfield and all of the Greater Danbury area.
- Brookfield Center Historic District.
- Candlewood Lake is the largest lake in Connecticut.
|Routes through Brookfield|
|Pittsfield ← New Milford ←||N S||→ Danbury → Norwalk|
|Peekskill ← Danbury ←||W E||→ New Milford → Torrington|
|New York City ← Danbury ←||SW NE||→ New Milford → END|