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Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library Michael MarslandYale University AREA TOURS Connecticut Shoreline Bike Boat Tour Guilford. A leisurely guided 3 hour bike tour of the scenic Connecticut shoreline interspersed by a 45 minute boat tour of the historic Thimble Islands. Bikes helmets snacks and the cruise are included. 195.00 per couple 105.00 for singles all-inclusive credits if you use your own bike. Early June-Mid October weekends 9 a.m.-1 p.m. reservations required. 203-856-7263 Downtown Culinary Tours depart the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale. This three-hour walking tour visits nine different eateries throughout Downtown New Haven. See website for schedule. 203-777- 8550 DuVig Brewery 59 School Ground Rd. Branford. Tours upon request. Friday 4-7 p.m. Saturday noon-7 p.m. Sunday noon-5 p.m. 203-208-2213 Historic Guilford Walking Tours 31 Park St. Guilford. Join our local high school students as they lead you on an informative seasonal tour of over 375 years of American History Seasonally Saturday Sunday 11 a.m. 2 p.m. 10 adult 8 seniors and children under 18. 203-233-1026 Milford Historical Society Tour Milford Historical Society 34 High St. Milford. Tour of Eells-Stow House c.1700 the Clark Stockade House c. 1780 and the Bryan-Downs House c. 1785 Claude Cofn Indian Collection and Country Store. May 30-Columbus Day Saturday and Sunday 1-4 p.m. 203-874-1664 New Haven Burying GroundGrove Street Cemetery Corner of Grove and Prospect Sts. New Haven. A National Historic Landmark the cemetery was established in 1796 and is the rst chartered burial ground in the country. Eminent people buried there include Noah Webster Gen. David Humphreys Roger Sherman Charles Goodyear Walter Camp and Bart Giamatti. A self-guided touring map is available from the cemetery ofce 7 a.m.-4 p.m. daily. Free one-hour walking tours sponsored by the Friends of the Grove Street Cemetery May- November Saturday 11 a.m. Sunday noon. Meet at the cemeterys chapel building immediately inside the Egyptian Revival gates on Grove at High St. 203-389-5403 New Haven Ghost Tours depart from Starbucks at 8 p.m. 1070 Chapel St. New Haven. 90 minute walking tour less than one mile of downtown New Haven featuring all things spooky. 25. 203-747- 8BOO 8266 New Haven Preservation Trust 922 State St. New Haven. Self-guided walking tours of New Haven include many National Historic Landmarks and properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Free. Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-230 p.m. 203-562-5919 Overshores Brewing Co. 250 Bradley St. East Haven. Connecticuts rst and only Belgian style brewing. Free. Retail Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tours tastings Thursday Friday 4-8 p.m. Saturday Sunday 1-5 p.m. 203-909-6224 Shoreline Segway 1310 Boston Post Rd. Guilford. We conduct guided historic Segway tours 7 days a week in historic Guilford and Mystic from March-November. We also supply staffed Segway events for schools corporations and special events. Tours offered daily by appointment. 203-453-6036 Shubert Theatre 247 College St. New Haven. Since opening in 1914 the Shubert Theatre earned the title Birthplace of the Nations Greatest Hits by staging the premiere of hundreds of shows including Oklahoma A Streetcar Named Desire and The Sound of Music. Free Tours of the legendary theatre and backstage areas are offered twice a month First Wednesday of each month at noon First Saturday of each month at 10 a.m. Reservations are not required. Groups of 10 please call. 203-624- 1825 Taste of New Haven New Haven. Providing culinary and cultural walking and biking tours of New Haven primarily on weekends. 55-65 per person. 203-710-3710 Vineyard and winery tours can be found on page 28. Yale Campus Tours Yale Visitor Center 149 Elm St. New Haven. Student-led walking tours of Yale Campus last 1 hour and 15 minutes and cover history architecture and student life. Visitors see the Old Campus several residential colleges Sterling Memorial Library and other locations of interest. Maps of the campus are available at the Center. Free. Center Hours Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-430 p.m. Saturday Sunday 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Tours Monday- Friday 1030 a.m. 2 p.m. Saturday Sunday 130 p.m. 203-432-2300 yale.eduvisitor Self-Guided Tours Purchase a copy of the Blue Trail map which includes a suggested self-guided tour route and a brief history of the University. Special Groups by Appointment Large groups visiting the campus can arrange to have a tour specically suited to their groups interest and time schedule. For each group up to 25 people there will be a 40 fee. Contact the Visitor Center at least two weeks prior to the tour. Kids Architectural Treasure Hunt Parents taking the campus tour with children ages 6-11 can request a brochure that encourages the children to hunt for architectural details and designs. Call for group tour information. Public Art at Yale start at Old Campus College Street. Includes statue of Revolutionary War hero Nathan Hale and Maya Lins The Womens Table. Pick up a self-guided tour booklet at Yale Visitor Center. yale.edupublicart Yale Center for British Art 1080 Chapel St. New Haven. Newly renovated. Re-opens Spring 2016. Of- fers public private group and school tours. Groups are welcome to visit the Center on their own without a docent-led tour. Visit website for details and hours. 877-BRIT-ART Yale University Art Gallery 1111 Chapel St. New Ha- ven. Offers three types of guided tours Highlights Themed Gallery Overview. Free. See website for group tour information. Open Tuesday-Friday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. September-June Thursday10 a.m. 8 p.m. Saturday Sunday 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 203-432- 0600 51