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  • 1 Hempsted Houses Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    11 Hempstead St USA - New London, CT 06320

    Built in 1678, the timber-framed Joshua Hempsted House provides a splendid example of 17C American architecture. The walls are insulated with seaweed and pierced with tiny leaded casement windows. Inside, the low-ceilinged rooms contain fine, primiti..

  • 2 Ye Towne's Antientest Burial Place

    Religious buildings

    Huntington St. Enter from Hempstead St. USA - New London, CT

    In this old burial ground you'll find many early New England slate tombstones carved with winged angels, skulls and crossbones, geometric patterns and other designs.

  • 3 Coast Guard Museum

    Museums and art

    15 Mohegan Ave USA - New London, CT 06320

    The museum's exhibits recount the history of the Coast Guard.

  • 4 Connecticut College Arboretum

    Nature and gardens

    Williams St. USA - New London, CT 06320

    This 750-acre preserve consists of three major plant collections. Covering 20 acres, the Native Plant Collection features shrubs, trees and wildflowers indigenous to eastern North America. The main trail (2mi) circles a marsh; two optional loops lead..

  • 5 Monte Cristo Cottage

    Museums and art

    325 Pequot Ave USA - New London, CT 06320

    The unpretentious two-story frame dwelling looking out on the Thames was the boyhood summer home of playwright Eugene O'Neill (1888-1953). Now a Registered National Landmark, Monte Cristo Cottage was the setting for O'Neill's two most autobiographica..

  • 6 United States Coast Guard Academy

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    15 Mohegan Ave USA - New London, CT 06320

    A four-year military college that trains officers for the Coast Guard, the academy began in 1876 when the schooner Dobbin was chosen to serve as a floating training school to prepare cadets for the Revenue Marine (which later evolved into the Coast G..

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