Welcome to New London, CT!

New London's Historic Waterfront District is the hub of creative energy that gives the city its Top Ten rating among creative communities of its size in America. Art, music, and design venues, one-of-a-kind boutiques, and over 30 eateries populate this 26-block National Register Historic District in New London, CT. Nathan Hale, Benedict Arnold, and Eugene O'Neill walked these streets. America's greatest architects left their mark in these buildings. From the collection of Tiffany glass windows in its cathedral to the country's oldest operating courthouse and custom house, to the quirky shops and plentiful entertainment, New London, CT is a great place to be.

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Transmissions: Teaching and Learning in the Studio at Lyman Allyn Museum

Transmissions: Teaching and Learning in the Studio New works by the faculty ...READ MORE

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Lyman Allyn Hosts Lost Gardens of New England

Lyman Allyn Art Museum 625 Williams Street On view March 1, 2015 – July ...READ MORE

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Bright Colors of May - New London Botanical Artist Gretchen van der Lyke at Studio 33

The first solo exhibit of New London Botanical Artist Gretchen van der Lyke ...READ MORE

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Artwork by Tom Deedy at Fiddleheads Co-Op

Abstracted landscape and floral oil paintings inspired by Tom Deedy's exten ...READ MORE

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Paintings by Angela Moore at the Kitchen Gallery

Original artwork by Angela Moore will be displayed at the Kitchen Gallery f ...READ MORE


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