Things To Do In New Haven, Connecticut

Home of the Ivy League Yale University.
Prachi Dharap Jul 11, 2019
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Tour the Yale University. You can opt for a self guided audio tour or a 80-minute student-led tour through the campus.
Hangout at this stunning Wooster Square Park. It gets more magical during the cherry blossom season.
East Rock Park with beautiful views over New Haven, is a hub for outdoor activities like hiking and cross-country skiing.
Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library is the world’s largest building dedicated to rare books & manuscripts like the Gutenberg Bible & Voynich Manuscript.

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216 feet tall Gothic style Harkness Memorial Tower has stood as a symbol of Yale. Yale Memorial Carillon is also established in the tower and is played by Yale University Guild of Carillonneurs.
Peabody Museum of Natural History in the Yale University Campus houses at least 13 million objects spanning from diamonds and dinosaurs to meteorites.
Lighthouse Point Park is a beautiful 82-acre park with an antique carousel, swimming, nature trails, and a bird sanctuary.

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Fort Nathan Hale Park, next to Fort Nathan Hale offers a sandy shore for sunbathing and a recreation center.
Bite into history at Louis’ Lunch – The birthplace of hamburger.
Crypt at the Center Church on the Green marks the last remaining evidence of the early settlers of the New Haven Colony who were buried on the Green.

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Shubert Theatre operating since 1914 had World Premiers of greatest musicals Oklahoma and Sound of Music.