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Top Things to Do in New London, CT, from a Cruise Ship - Created by Staff

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New London, Connecticut - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

New London is a seaport city and a port of entry on the northeast coast of the United States. It is located at the mouth of the Thames River in New London County, southeastern Connecticut.

Garde Arts Center - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Garde Arts Center is a non-profit performing arts and cinema center serving primarily Southeastern Connecticut that owns and operates the Garde Theatre, a historic movie palace located at 325 State Street at the corner of Huntington Street in New London, Connecticut. The theater, built in 1926, was designed by architect Arland W.

Fort Trumbull

Fort Trumbull refers to a fort in New London, Connecticut and to a nearby neighborhood. The neighborhood of Fort Trumbull was demolished as part of a plan for the economic development of New London. The plan was appealed in a case that reached the US Supreme Court in 2005, Kelo v.

Connecticut College - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Connecticut College ( Conn College or Conn) is a private liberal arts college located in New London, Connecticut.

Mitchell College

Mitchell College is a liberal arts college notable for its Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Sport Management, and Business Administration programs that grants both baccalaureate and associate degrees. Located on the banks of the Thames River, in New London, Connecticut, USA, it was founded in 1938 on the former estate of Alfred Mitchell.

New London Ledge Light - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

New London Ledge Lighthouse was built in 1909 on the Southwest Ledge. It was originally called the Southwest Ledge light, but it was felt this could be confused with another lighthouse in New Haven, the Southwest Ledge Light, so in 1910 the lighthouse was renamed to New London Ledge Light.

Lyman Allyn Art Museum

The Lyman Allyn Art Museum was founded in 1926 by Harriet Upson Allyn. It houses the most significant art collection in Southeastern Connecticut, including European and non-Western art as well as American fine and decorative art. Key strengths include 17th-century European works on paper, 19th-century American paintings, and contemporary art.

Nathan Hale School House (East Haddam)

The Nathan Hale Schoolhouse is a historic site in East Haddam, Connecticut. In the winter of 1773, Nathan Hale briefly taught in this one room schoolhouse before leaving East Haddam for another teaching position in New London, Connecticut. The schoolhouse is owned and operated by the Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution.

Joshua Hempsted House - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Richard Douglass

Captain Richard Douglass (1746-1828) was born in New London, Connecticut in 1746 to Stephen and Patience Douglass. Richard Douglass ran a successful cooper business.

Monte Cristo Cottage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Monte Cristo Cottage, also known as Eugene O'Neill Summer House, was the summer home of acclaimed Irish-American actor James O'Neill, and of his family, notably his son (with his wife Ella O'Neill), Nobel prize-winning American playwright, Eugene O'Neill.