Chances are, you’ve heard a few things about New Haven (yes, it’s the intellectually-pulsing and urbane home of Yale University). But let’s skip the obvious – there’s more than meets the ‘Ivy’ League. See what we did there?
The Original Burger
Meat lovers taker notice! May is National Hamburger Month and there is no better place than New Haven, the birthplace of the ‘hamburger sandwich,’ to savor the flavor of America’s favorite meal. Learn why we are New England’s hamburger capital and are known worldwide for our creative takes on this iconic dish.
Opened in 1977, the Yale Center for British Art was the last building designed by iconic architect Louis Kahn. It houses the largest collection of British art outside of the United Kingdom with more than 2,000 paintings, 250 sculptures, 20,000 drawings and watercolors, 40,000 prints and 35,000 rare books and manuscripts.
Explore on Two Wheels
Bike New Haven offers the most convenient way for getting around downtown. With docking stations located around the city, getting from one place to another has never been easier (or more fun).