Ongoing Activities and Events

The Power of Protest

A traveling exhibit from the National Museum of American Jewish History, Power of Protest: The Movement to Free Soviet Jews, documents one of the most successful human rights campaigns of…

New Haven’s WWI Aviator

“Gilbert Jerome: New Haven’s WWI Aviator” is an unusual and intimate exhibit capturing the brief, enthusiastic embrace of life by New Haven native and Boy Scout Executive Lt. Gilbert Jerome…

The Culper Ring: The Spies of George Washington

A series of graphic novel-style panels designed by illustrator Kirk Manley tells the dramatic story of the spy ring that operated between New York City, Long Island, and Fairfield during…

1750 Ogden House Tours

This saltbox house was built in 1750 for David Ogden at the time of his marriage to Jane Sturges. For the next 125 years it was home for the Ogden…

21st-Century Tales from WWI

How do you give the century-old tale of World War I (WWI) the brio needed to captivate a 21st-century audience? If you’re the New Haven Museum (NHM), you do it…

Voyaging in the Wake of the Whalers

If all you can recall about whales is the murderous Moby-Dick then “Voyaging in the Wake of the Whalers” will open your eyes to something bigger: a rich exploration of America’s relationship…

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