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region Visit the city the shoreline and the country without spending hours in the car. CALL 1-800-332-STAY 7 Who says you cant have it all Greater New Haven is truly an all- inclusive destination. One of the most unique aspects of our compact region is the opportunity to have a robust city experience a relaxing shoreline retreat and an invigorating country adventure without spending hours in the car. The Downtown Vibe The regions core city positively shines as a center for dining shopping and culture. With 130 restaurants within walking distance of the New Haven Green foodies converge here to savor flavors from around the world. The restaurant scene is distinctive for its eclectic mix of cuisines and restrained number of chain restaurants. The diversity of our residents and visitors is highlighted in our fare. Shopping in New Haven continues to evolve with a commitment to small busi- ness and to providing unique merchandise through the highest quality retailers. Old favorites such as Wave Raggs Trailblazer and idiom continue to offer refreshing options from the big box stores. Newer endeavors such as Kiko Milano Empo- rium DNA and Kixters deliver new and specialized alternatives. If the Arts are your thing youve got plenty of choices. Both Long Wharf Theatre and Shubert Theatre have strong traditions of providing a diverse variety of performances. The Yale University Art Gallery continues to glow since its 135 million makeover in 2012 and the Knights of Columbus Museum wows with its exquisite exhibition of sacred art and artifacts. As part of Yale Universitys ongoing commitment to preserve its extensive collections both the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library and the Yale Center for British Art are undergoing extensive renovations. The Yale Center for British Art is scheduled to reopen in May 2016 and the Beinecke in September 2016. A Shoreline Getaway With a coastline that extends from Mil- ford to Clinton along Long Island Sound complete with two waterfront State Parks Silver Sands and Hammonasset Beach surf and sand lovers will be in their glory. Whether your inclination is to sail kayak or read a book with your toes in the sand there are plenty of beaches from which to choose. Our shoreline towns offer more than just great access to Long Island Sound. They pride themselves on their traditional New England town centers with charming boutiques and delightful restaurants. Head North The upper portion of our region tends to be more rural with lovely vineyards and wineries as well as Lyman Orchards a family owned and operated farm since 1741. Lyman Orchards is recognized as the twelfth oldest family-owned business in America. If you are a fan of outdoor activities you are in luck. Climbing the peaks of Sleeping Giant State Park or tubing at Powder Ridge Mountain Park and Resort are just a taste of the adventures waiting for you. New Haven Aerial Michael MarslandYale University