Puzzling or provocative, paintings at the Yale University Art Gallery leap from the walls and inspire its patrons. The gallery teaches patrons and students alike how to appreciate each work – spending up to a half hour on just one painting. Ed Wierzbicki explains how the nation’s very first art museum is always free, thereby […]
Let’s hitch a ride over to The Shore Line Trolley Museum in Branford.
The visitor’s experience of the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History in New Haven begins outside in the garden, where an imagined cretaceous landscape transports visitors to a world no human has ever seen.
Abolitionist and opinionated polymath Noah Webster’s birthplace in West Hartford is now home to the West Hartford Historical Society. A national historic landmark, The Noah Webster House is now the keeper of the “Forgotten Founding Father.”
Infinity Hall is a great place to have dinner and see world-class, first-rate music. And the Music Shed, literally across the street, is a beautiful estate now used as a summer music school for Yale’s school of music. The festival is believed to be the oldest summer music festival in North America.