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Yale University Art Gallery, the oldest university art museum in America, has an encyclopedic collection of 200,000 objects, from ancient times to the present day. FREE and open to the public. In December 2012, the Gallery celebrated the grand opening of the renovated and expa...
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Check out the African Art.
Totally free and totally awesome! What ate you waiting for?
One of CT's world class museums. And FREE. A wide variety of exhibits from ancient to modern. Think of it as a mini MET, without the crowds and easier parking.
It's free. Do you really need any more reasons to go?
This gallery is not only free, but a friend and I agreed that some of the pieces in this collection rival the pieces in the Boston MFA. And did I mention it's FREE?
Don't miss the 4th floor sculpture terrace for a breath of fresh air and sweeping views of New Haven. On Thursday nights when the Gallery is open until 8pm, enjoy the sunset. Magical!
Harvard charges its students to visit its galleries. This is free to all. Yale wins again.
The sculpture terrace on the top floor is lovely.
This place is any historians dream! Check out the ancient artifacts and unique paintings. Just note: if you grab coffee before hand they won't let you bring it in.
Recharge your creativity with a trip to see the vast collection of masterpieces.
Small but impressive.
If you're departing from Union Station and have an hour to kill, take a metro cab over to see the art. Admission is free, and the cab is $7-8.
Make sure to visit the Kahn space as well as the older spaces. Physical context can make such a difference in how you experience art.
Family Day is January 27th from 1-330pm. Please spread the news!
Free to the public.
Second Sunday of the month from 1-2 is Stories and Art. Great for young kids and families! And free.
it's free :) !!
nice chairs, great libraries, awesome stone work
Check out the sculpture garden before it gets too cold! See works by Louise Nevelson, Martin Puryear, Richard Serra, and Tony Smith.