New Haven is a waterfront city on Long Island Sound, in Connecticut. It's home to the Ivy League Yale University, established in 1701. The establishment's galleries incorporate the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, the Yale University Art Gallery and the Yale Center for British Art. Woods Street Cemetery, dating from the late eighteenth century, has a nineteenth century Egyptian Revival door. The New Haven Museum covers nearby history. New Haven is known for its social life. Long Wharf Theater has some expertise in American show. Yale Repertory Theater focuses on new plays.
The Shubert Theater is known for organizing musicals and pre-Broadway tryouts. The yearly International Festival of Arts and Ideas is fixated on the Yale grounds and New Haven Green. This extensive focal stop, laid out by the city's Puritan organizers in 1638, is a mainstream setting for shows. In the upper east of the city, East Rock Park has sees over New Haven and the harbor from the tough East Rock edge.