Grove Street Cemetery
Three blocks north of the green, this cemetery holds the graves of several famous New Havenites behind its grand Egyptian Revival gate,...
Peabody Museum of Natural History
It's hard not to be fascinated by this vast collection of animal, vegetable and mineral specimens, including wildlife dioramas,...
Grove Street Cemetery Tour
Guided one-hour tours of this fascinating cemetery, one of the country's oldest, depart from the chapel/cemetery office inside the main...
New Haven Symphony Orchestra
Yale's Woolsey Hall is home to most performances by this orchestra, whose season runs from October through April. Outside season, crowds...
Caseus Fromagerie & Bistro
With a boutique cheese counter piled with locally sourced labels and a concept menu devoted to le grand fromage, Caseus has hit upon a...
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Yale University information
Each year, thousands of high-school students make pilgrimages to Yale, nursing dreams of attending the country's third-oldest university, which boasts such notable alums as Noah Webster, Eli Whitney, Samuel Morse, and Presidents William H Taft, George HW Bush, Bill Clinton and George W Bush. You don't need to share the students' ambitions in order to take a stroll around the campus, just pick up a map at the Visitor Centre (at the address listed) or join a free, one-hour guided tour.
Although the tour overflows with tidbits about life at Yale, the guides refrain from mentioning the various secret societies and their buildings scattered around the campus, but feel free to ask them!