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Admission to Mystic Seaport
"Immerse yourself in 19 acres of America's maritime history. Mystic Seaport encompasses a world-renowned preservation shipyard a 19th-century seafaring village and formal galleries where you'll find assorted permanent and rotating exhibits that explore America's relationship with the sea.  Visit the actively working preservation shipyard where ships and boats of all sizes are restored and main Ship-smith Print Shop and Ship Carver.  Talk with staff well versed in the activities trades of 19th-century maritime America and watch them ply their skills. The village also features three tall ships
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Go Boston Card
"Choose free entry to over 40 unique attractions and tours in Boston and its surrounds then let your Go Boston Card do the rest. You'll receive discounts and special offers on shopping dining and activities plus a 69-page guidebook to help you plan your Boston vacation. The Go Boston Card leaves you in control allowing you to have the best customized experience possible. The Go Boston Card is available for one two
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Whitney Museum of American Art Admission
"On May 1 2015 the Whitney Museum of American Art flicked on the lights and opened its doors at its new home in the Meatpacking District sandwiched between the Hudson River and High Line Park. It’s been a huge hit ever since. The 220000-square-foot (20000-square-meter) space designed by renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano
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CCW Everyday

This is why I conceal carry everyday, one in the chamber, everywhere I go. Protect yourself and your family from New Haven "thugs." Until we start fighting back, the ghetto areas will continue to...
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Onetimesonn's Warning is Nonsense

State Street is not in the Hill. Nowhere on State Street resembles the situation he describes, and it's a ridiculous exaggeration even for the worst streets in town. Sounds like a fool writing...
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Danger

I just moved to C.T. from Brooklyn I am living in New Haven on Sate Street wanting to get away from the whole hustle and bustle of the city life. Now of course I have heard that Hartford was a...
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New Haven

I just moved to C.T. from Brooklyn I am living in New Haven on Sate Street wanting to get away from the whole hustle and bustle of the city life. Now of course I have heard that Hartford was a...
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shootouts

as a member of the high crime rate gang the duce or 1700' s tre you should not walk down derby ave after 10;00 or winthrop & chapel ,norton ,elm street there has been an increase of shootouts in the...
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Bad Neighborhoods

New Haven is pretty lively at night, downtown, with all the clubs and pizza joints. There are a couple areas to avoid, particularly at night. All of Fair Haven, the Hill, and Newhallville should be...
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The skinny on downtown..

Downtown is as safe as it could be and as of recently, is patrolled by plainclothes officers ( I saw no fewer then 5 today, mostly helping parents of Yale Freshman with directions). Even during night...
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Dangerous Areas of the City

New Haven in the 90's was the most dangerous city in Connecticut and among the most dangerous small cities in the country. Automatic Gunfire was a common sound through the Notorious Neighborhoods of...
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Just use common sense

New Haven like many American cities has its problems. Crime has gone down in recent years and many once horrific neighborhoods are back in bloom. In all of my years in and around New Haven I have...
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Kensington St near St Raphaels Hospital

Drugs and hookers abound. Other areas to avoid are all the blocks between Kensington to the east up to Ella Grasso Blvd. and Edgewood Park to the west. Whalley Ave to the north and Chapel to the...
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Safe or dangerous?

I felt pretty safe while I was visiting Yale University. We were even walking on the streets at night. It wasn't until after we left New Haven that we heard from our friends in Hartford that New Haven...
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Downtown New Haven

Downtown New Haven is reputed to be dangerous but after multibillion dollar efforts by the city and university it has managed to transform itself into an entity which is merely...boring. It has some...
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New Haven is an American city....

New Haven is an American city. The residential areas to the west and northwest of the central business district including outside of Yale University are dangerous at night, as these are high-crime...
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New Haven is a small city, but...

New Haven is a small city, but it can also be dangerous. Almost every week there is a shooting or stabbing, with some resulting in fatalities. While visiting New Haven, avoid the housing projects...
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Top Hotels in New Haven

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1157 Chapel Street, (Hotel Currently Under Renovation), New Haven, Connecticut, 06511, United States
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155 Temple St., New Haven, Connecticut, 06510, United States
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229 George St., New Haven, Connecticut, 06510, United States
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30 Whalley Avenue, New Haven, Connecticut, 06511, United States
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30 Frontage Rd., (formerly Holiday Inn Express), East Haven, Connecticut, 06512, United States
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3 Long Wharf Drive, New Haven, Connecticut, 06511, United States
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Top Things to Do in New Haven

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Yale University

Cross Campus as the name suggest is where many students and faculty members will pass each other and walk across from their residential college dormitories to classes or to the libraries. It is...
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Old Campus - Yale University

For a Brit there is something faintly amusing about a US university deliberately making itself look like the ancient Medieval colleges of Oxford and Cambridge. And Old Campus Yale has very much done...
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Downtown

Lots and lots of architectural styles to see in New Haven...I very much enjoyed just wandering he streets and looking to see what I could see. Always remember to look up. Often the ground floor of a...
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Sterling Memorial Library

Well, crikey is all I can say. This is, of course, a superb library (although the public can't access the majority of the library part). But it's just like entering a Medieval English cathedral. A...
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Peabody Museum of Natural History

Small though this museum may be it nevertheless packs in a heck of a lot in ters of exhibits and information. There are large number of superb dinosaur skeleton as well as: a real interesting section...
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Grove Street Cemetery

This is 'the first chartered burial ground in the United states' and is definitely worth visiting. At first, New Haven residents were buried on The Green (around 5000 of them still lie there). But a...
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Top 5 New Haven Writers

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SLLiew

"New Haven & Yale, Connecticut"
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leics

"Most definitely not what you may be expecting...."
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zChris

"zChris' New Haven"
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Foundryman1

"New Haven Connecticut"
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Bunsch

"Yale, and a lot more"
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