What to do
Yale Center for British Art
Category: Cultural Attraction SubCategory: Museums & Galleries Area: Greater New Haven Address: 1080 Chapel St. New Haven, CT 06520 Description: Opened in 1977 and designed by Louis Kahn, the museum houses the largest and most comprehensive collection of British art outside the United Kingdom. Its foundation is the gift of paintings, drawings prints, rare books, manuscripts, and sculpture donated by Paul Mellon (Yale class 1929). The collection explores the development of British art, life and thought from the Elizabethan period onward. Attraction Rate: Free. Time: Tue.-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 12-5. Closed major holidays. Phone: (203) 432-2800 Hwy. Access: (I-95 Ex. 47, I-91 Ex. 1) Handicapped Access: yes New Haven’s Weather Map of New Haven Find additional places to stay or things to do that are within the New Haven area Where to Stay What to do within 5 miles within 10 miles within 25 miles within 5 miles within 10 miles within 25 miles
To find restaurants statewide, click here.