Yale University Art Gallery
America's oldest university art museum boasts American masterworks by Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper and Jackson Pollock, as well as a...
Yale Center for British Art
The most comprehensive British art collection outside the UK.
New Haven Green
New Haven's spacious green has been the spiritual center of the city since its Puritan fathers designed it in 1638 as the prospective...
Yale Repertory Theatre
Performing classics and new works in a converted church, this Tony-winning repertory company has mounted more than 90 world premiers....
Union League Café
Here's an upscale French bistro in the historic Union League building. Expect a menu featuring continental classics like cocotte de...
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The Tomb is not open to the public. This is the home of Yale’s most notorious secret society, the Skull & Bones Club, founded in 1832, and its list of members reads like a ‘who’s who’ of high-powered judges, financiers, politicians, publishers and intelligence officers. Stories of bizarre initiation rites and claims that the Tomb is full of stolen booty like Hitler’s silverware and the skulls of Apache warrior Geronimo and Mexican general Pancho Villa further fuel popular curiosity.