|New Haven City Facts|
|Country||USA (United States of America)|
|Counties||New Haven County|
|Total Area||20.31 sq miles|
|Lat Long Coordinates||41.3081° N, 72.92867deg; W|
|Time Zone||EST (UTC−05:00)|
|Major Religion||Roman Catholic, Christian|
|Museums||Yale University Art Gallery, Knights of Columbus Museum, Connecticut Children's Museum|
|Universities||University of New Haven|
- Yale University Collection of Musical Instruments
- Yale Center for British Art
- Marsh Botanical Garden
- Five Mile Point
Most of the people in New Haven are food-lovers. The city is the birthplace of pizzas in the US. The city has more top Zagat-rated restaurants than other cities in the state. Claire's Corner Copia at Chapel and College Streets are the oldest vegetarian restaurants in the country. Fairfield Inn New Haven, The Omni New Haven Hotel, Courtyard New Haven, Duncan Hotel, Colony Inn, New Haven Hotel, Residence Inn New Haven, Econo Lodge Conference Center,Premiere Hotel and Suites,Econo Lodge Conference Center, La Quinta Inn & Suites Regal Inn and Atlantic Motel are the famous hotels in the city.
Tweed-New Haven Airport, LaGuardia Airport or JFK International, New Jersey's Newark Liberty International Airport are the airports that serve the city. Intercity and commuter rail connect the city with other areas. The city has a number of highways that link the city with other states as well as cities.
Places to visit:
The city has a variety of museums such as Connecticut Children's Museum, the Knights of Columbus museum, the Peabody Museum of Natural History Eli Whitney museum, the Yale Center for British Art, which houses the largest collection of British art and Yale University Art Gallery. The historical Amistad slave ship is a famous historical artifact that is opened to the tourists on their visit to the city. New Haven Colony Historical Society, Marsh Botanical Garden, Pardee-Morris House, Short Line Trolley Museum, Ft. Hale Park and Restoration give a nice break to the people from their hectic schedule. Jazz and cultural festivals held in the city during the summer draws in tourists from far and wide.
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