The UConn women's basketball team is facing off with teams across the country at the recently re-named Total Mortgage Arena at the NCAA Division I tournament in Bridgeport starting this weekend.\u00a0 Teams from Indiana and North Carolina will make their way to Connecticut.\u00a0 If you're in Bridgeport this weekend with your kids and find yourself facing a lull during a break in the action, never fear.\u00a0 We've got a list of local attractions to keep everyone in the family happy this weekend in Bridgeport.\u00a0 There are plenty of museums to entertain the kiddos during an afternoon in Bridgeport. The Discovery Museum and Planetarium offers exhibits such as the Hall of Space, Science at Play and \u201cTeddy Bear Triage.\u201d Then there\u2019s the nearby Helicopter Museum and the Connecticut Air and Space Center, both in Stratford, for plane and space enthusiasts and the Housatonic Art Museum for little artists.\u00a0 Enjoy the salt air and sun at some of Bridgeport\u2019s seaside attractions. Seaside Park is made up of 325 acres, with three miles of coastline and plenty of lawn space and sports fields. The park also has bike paths and hiking trails. Captain\u2019s Cove Seaport, in the Black Rock neighborhood, is a kitschy nautical hangout with little boardwalk shops, an indoor-outdoor bar and a restaurant overlooking a marina. Rockin\u2019 Jump in nearby Trumbull is lined wall to wall with trampolines, swings and foam pits. Kids can play dodgeball,\u00a0practice their basketball skills in the slam dunk zone, and test their limits with a rock wall and a warp wall. There\u2019s also a ninja obstacle course, a drop zone and an open-jump area.\u00a0 The 20-acre Connecticut Sports Center in Shelton has activities to last for hours, including mini golf, bowling, batting cages, paint ball, lazer tag and a golf range. The center also offers free skate time, ice skating lessons, hockey lessons and clinics. Check the website for skate hours and COVID restrictions.