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114 Whitney Avenue, New Haven

Admission for Two or Four or Family Admission for One Year to New Haven Museum (Up to 63% Off)

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See Eli Whitney’s cotton gin, John Quincy Adams’s letter to the Amistad captives, and other artifacts that cover 1638 to the present

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2 ratings2 reviews
December 14, 2019
A small museum, but well done. The signage explaining the items added a lot.
5 ratings2 reviews
July 24, 2019
Great little museum. A lot to discover and learn.
5 ratings4 reviews
July 17, 2019
Kids had a great time exploring.. Will encourage you to see La Amistad trial ..
9 ratings7 reviews
June 7, 2019
Pleasant surprise to find, very interesting and informative
11 ratings6 reviews
June 1, 2019
It’s a good place to learn about the history of New Haven and do research in their library. There is free parking there too.
5 ratings3 reviews
August 20, 2019
A Hidden Gem
1 ratings1 reviews
March 25, 2019
We loved it!
9 ratings7 reviews
September 17, 2018
I learned a lot about New Haven. Larger than what I thought. I would visit again.
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What You'll Get

Choose from Three Options

  • $2.90 for admission for two ($8 value)
  • $6.60 for admission for four ($16 value)
  • $29 for family admission for one year ($65 value)

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About New Haven Museum

The New Haven Museum details the history of New Haven from its founding as a Puritan colony in 1638 to the present. The museum has the fingerprints of many past luminaries, from architect J. Frederick Kelly, who built the building, to historians and Yale professors responsible for the 300-plus years of fine art, maritime history, and artifacts that tell the story of the city and the larger story of America. A highlight of the permanent exhibits is the Amistad Gallery, which features an original letter from John Quincy Adams about the captives and a portrait of leader Cinque that's believed to be the first portrait depicting an African in US history as more than just a slave.