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New Haven Colony Historical Society


category : Museums
Exhibits on New Haven's cultural and industrial growth (1638 to the present), special exhibitions. Gift shop, research library, family and educational programs.


Admission: Adults $4, seniors $3, children (6-16) $2, 5 and under free.
Address: 114 Whitney Ave.
Phone: (203) 562-4183

Come visit us in New Haven, Connecticut

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Amistad Memorial

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Residence Inn by Marriott

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Morse Recital Hall at Sprague Hall

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Farnam Guest House

Former Farnam Estate, Georgian mansion is located in an historic district and minutes from Yale University. Seven rooms (some with private bath)

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