Visit Yale College
Welcome - The Mead Visitor Center is the front door of the University and welcomes its visitors from around the world. Drop by for information about Yale or to take a guided tour led by Yale College undergraduates.
Connecticut Children's Museum
Children need a place of their own where they can experience the magic and wisdom of learning at their own pace by interacting with exhibits that are full of whimsy and wisdom, in spaces built to their size and specifications.
Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument
The monument, at the summit of East Rock Park, was dedicated in 1887 to honor soldiers and sailors who fought in the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the Mexican-American War and the Civil War. The 110-foot tall Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument high above New Haven is visible for miles on a clear day.
New Haven Museum
The New Haven Museum is celebrating its 150th Anniversary from 2012 through 2013. Today, the New Haven Museum continues the tradition of preservation with a collection that includes folk, decorative and fine arts, an extensive photographic archive, and a unique manuscript collection.
Long Wharf Theatre
The theatre was named for the Long Wharf port along New Haven Harbor, It was built in a vacant warehouse space in a busy food terminal, with its Mainstage originally stocked with seats borrowed from a retired movie house. Long Wharf Theatre continues to be a leader in American theatre, revitalizing classic and modern plays for a contemporary audience, discovering new resonance in neglected works and premiering new plays by new voices that both investigate and celebrate the unique circumstances of our time.
Knights of Columbus Museum
The Knights of Columbus Museum provides a spacious, contemporary and family-friendly facility. It is fully accessible, open year-round, and offers free admission and onsite parking. A nonprofit institution serving the educational interests of the general public through periodic exhibitions of artwork and related content.
Five Mile Point Lighthouse
Five Mile Point, named for its distance from downtown New Haven, became the sight for a lighthouse in 1805, marking the entrance to New Haven Harbor. Mariners knew to give the light a berth of at least two miles to avoid a dangerous ledge to its southwest.
Parks & Recreation
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