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There is nothing that beats the peace of walking in the cemetery. Granted, there was a lot of construction nearby to harsh the normally super calm stillness but this is a beautiful historic cemetery. I had no idea I would run across Eli Whitney himself....More
Give yourself plenty of time to stroll these lanes. There's a true diversity of headstones and memorials represented here: nearly 400 years' worth, many different religions, languages, and artistic styles. The setting is beautiful; we were there on a Sunday afternoon, and though the cemetery...More
Pick up a map at the gatehouse and stroll through a peaceful and shady cemetery. Several people of note are here. We liked Eli Whitney's grave and Glenn Miller's memorial. So many interesting and beautiful stones also.
Grove Street is not only tranquil and beautiful it's also a history of New Haven and Connecticut with the famous people interred there. If you are walking around the Yale campus, take a few minutes to visit Grove Street. it is a well cared for...More
Just a few blocks from downtown, this is a great place for a traffic-free, shady walk on a hot day. You can see the graves of Yale presidents and profs or Eli Whitney and colonial worthies, as well as modern resting places. Closes at 4...More