New Haven Tourism
The second-largest city in Connecticut, New Haven is a principle city in the Greater New Haven area and is a part of the New York metropolitan area. Home to the Yale University, New Haven is one of the most liveable cities in the United States. The historic centre of the city dates back to the 17th century and has many characteristic museums, prestigious theatres, traditional shops, and many more.In recent times, it’s the city’s upcoming food scenes that has put New Haven on the map. Old school dive bars, multi-cuisine restaurants, pizza places, barbecue shacks, breweries, and cocktail lounges has earned this city its ‘apizza’ legacy.
Essential travel information and New Haven tips for your visit
- Time zone: Eastern Time Zone (UTC – 05.00)
- Currency: US Dollar
- Electricity: 110 Volts
- Languages: English
- Drives on: Left
- Internet: Superfast Wi-Fi and 4G cellular services are available throughout the city. Being a university town, New Haven also has many internet cafes.
- Tipping: 15-20% of your bill amount is a standard expected tip.
- Fair Haven, Newhallville and Hill neighbourhoods are areas to avoid during night. The presence of many bars and clubs in these areas