291 Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
North Haven, Connecticut
Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library

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Located in New Haven, CT (1 mile from North Haven)

The Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library inspires engagement with the past, in the present, for the future. One of the world’s largest libraries devoted entirely to rare books and manuscripts, it is Yale University’s principal repository of literary archives, early manuscripts, and rare books.

(This excerpt provided by Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library representatives)

Sleeping Giant State Park

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Located in Hamden, CT (2 miles from North Haven)

Two miles of mountaintop resembling a sleeping giant give this park its name, and make it a distinguishing feature on Connecticut's skyline

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Park Hiking Fishing
Laurel View Country Club

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Located in Hamden, CT (3 miles from North Haven)

The golf course at Laurel View Country Club was built in 1969. The golf course is a Jeffrey Cornish design and features eighteen golf holes carved out of the Connecticut landscape. There are four sets of tees to play from and the golf course measures almost 7000 yards from the championship tees.

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Eli Whitney Museum

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Located in Hamden, CT (4 miles from North Haven)

The Eli Whitney Museum was established in 1979 as a not-for-profit historic site and educational organization. The Museum preserves the site on which Whitney constructed the first American factory in 1798. Members govern the Museum. The Museum celebrates the Whitney tradition of learning by experiment. The Museum designs, produces and teaches projects that engage hands, eyes and minds, projects that blend art, science and invention.

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East Rock Park

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Located in New Haven, CT (5 miles from North Haven)

East Rock was formed about 200 million years ago as the continents were in the process of moving away from each other. Molten rock from deep in the earth surged through stress cracks formed in the sandstone bedrock of the New Haven area. The molten rock cooled to form dolerite, also know as basalt or traprock. Dolerite is much more resistant to erosion than the surrounding sandstone. As glacial action and the forces of weathering eroded away the softer sandstone, East Rock (and other traprock ridges such as West Rock) became more prominent. The summit of East Rock Park now rises more than 350 feet above the floor of the Mill River valley at its base.

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Hiking Park
Peabody Museum of Natural History

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Located in New Haven, CT (5 miles from North Haven)

The Yale Peabody Museum was founded in 1866 with a gift from philanthropist George Peabody. Along with more than 11 million specimens and objects in anthropology, botany, zoology, paleontology, entomology, ornithology, and historical scienfiic instruments in its collections, the Yale Peabody Museum is also home to Rudolph F. Zallinger's murals The Age of Reptiles and The Age of Mammals.

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Gouveia Vineyards

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Located in Wallingford, CT (5 miles from North Haven)

Come watch the sunset by the warmth of the fire while enjoying a glass of our wine. We're proud to offer our fine wines, spectacular views and hospitality to help you unwind and relax.

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