Eli Whitney Museum


category : Museums
"Inventing Change" outlines the Whitney legacy of the site. Water Learning Lab, an outdoor learning environment, open May-Oct., weather permitting. Historic 1816 barn on site.


Admission: Free admission to museum, $5-$10 for programs.
Hours: Memorial Day-Labor Day, daily 11-4. Other times, Wed.-Fri. and Sun. 12-5, Sat. 10-3. Closed major holidays.
Address: 915 Whitney Ave.
I-91 Ex. 6
Phone: (203) 777-1833

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