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Visiting New Haven? Find Fun Excursions to Include in Your Trip June 24, 2019

New Haven, New Haven County
Visiting New Haven? Find Fun Excursions to Include in Your Trip, ,

Don’t let Connecticut’s small size fool you. This state is absolutely full of scenic views, popular historical sites, and delicious food. New Haven, in particular, holds many of these can’t-miss attractions. History buffs will love Prospect Hill’s historical district, while artists can peruse the galleries of Westville. Here are just a few local favorites worth checking out for a fun family trip.

Top Things to Do in New Haven 

1. Grab a Slice

New Haven has some of the best pizza in the country. The three most popular restaurants for authentic New Haven pizza—a thin crust topped with only the freshest ingredients and baked in a coal oven—are Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana, Sally's Apizza, and Modern Apizza. Grab a slice—or a whole pie—at each and decide for yourself which is best. 

2. Explore Yale University 

bailYou don’t have to be a prospective student to tour Yale’s campus, which is steeped with tradition. The country's third-oldest university offers free student-led tours on weekdays. And if you prefer to venture off on your own, you can download a special audio file that discusses the school's rich history and listen to it as you stroll around campus. 

3. Hit the Ropes 

New Haven is home to the world’s largest indoor ropes course. Located on Sargent Drive, this impressive course is truly a feat of engineering. It stands five stories high and includes more than 100 rope elements, as well as a zip line that’s suspended nearly 50 feet off the ground. 

4. Visit the New Haven Historic Courthouse

As you stroll through Downtown, make sure you pass by the historic courthouse to marvel at this beautiful piece of architecture. Over 100 years old, the building’s designer took inspiration from St. George’s Hall in Liverpool coupled with Neo-Classical features. The building also sits next to the New Haven Green, a 16-acre park created by the Puritans in 1638.


The backdrop of life as beautiful as it is, sometimes brings about complicated and unexpected situations. If you find that a loved one is in custody at the New Haven Police Department, have 3-D Bail Bonds' contact information on hand. Our reliable bail bondsmen are available 24/7 to take your call. Serving families all over Connecticut, we know how stressful it can be to have a relative stuck behind bars. That’s why we’ll use all the resources at our disposal to get your loved one released as quickly as the police and courts allow. To find a bail bondsman in New Haven, Fairfield, and Hartford counties who’s ready and waiting to help, visit our website or call (203) 562-6666. There is always a bail bondsman near you.

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