b'HistoryBeinecke Rare Book & Manuscript LibraryFull Send Productions/Market New HavenHISTORYfor seasonal hours. 203-453-2457, culture-Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscriptandtourism.orgLibrary, 121 Wall St., New Haven. The Bei- New Haven Museum, 114 Whitney, Ave., necke Library contains the principal rareNew Haven. Permanent exhibitions in-books and manuscripts of Yale University.clude the New Haven Gallery with the Eli The exhibition gallery of this marble,Whitney Cotton Gin; The Amistad Gallery granite, bronze, and glass buildingwith Nathaniel Joselyns Cinque Portrait; showcases rotating exhibits. Free. OpenThe Ingersoll Room, The Maritime Gallery daily, see website for hours. 203-432-2977,with additional temporary exhibitions. beinecke.library.yale.edu $4 adult, $3 senior, $2 student, free for Harrison House (c.1724), 124 Main St.,children under 12; free first Sunday of the Branford. Early 18th century homesteadmonth 1-4 p.m. Tuesday-Friday 10 a.m.-5 and house constructed of local tulipp.m., Saturday noon-5 p.m. 203-562-4183, wood and oyster shell plaster, the housenewhavenmuseum.orgfeatures period furnishings and localPardee-Morris House, 325 Lighthouse artifacts, rotating exhibits, along withRd., New Haven. One of New Havens period herb and flower gardens. Free,oldest structures, the property descended donations accepted. Summer, Saturdaysin one family through seven generations. 1-4 p.m. or by appointment. 203-488-4828,The original 1671 house was burned branfordhistoricalsociety.org during the 1779 invasion and recon-Henry Whitfield State Museum (c.1639),structed in 1780. Open seasonally, 12-4 248 Old Whitfield St., Guilford. Oldestpm on Sundays until the last Sunday in house in Connecticut, this unusual stoneAugust. Admission is free. 203-562-4183, building was constructed in 1639 fornewhavenmuseum.orgHenry Whitfield. The Whitfield HouseShore Line Trolley Museum, 17 River St., features 3 floors of 17th-19th centuryEast Haven. A National Historic District furnishings and artifacts. The site also The oldest continuously running sub-includes a visitor center with galleries,urban trolley line in the USA. Come and research library, gift shop, and tourist infoenjoy a ride on restored trolleys through and an education building with hands-onscenic surroundings. Adults $10, seniors activities. Self-guided tours. A stroll& children $7, children under 2-free, around the landscaped grounds featuresactive duty military and veterans-free.Amistad Memorial extensive stone walls, a bronze statueTuesdaySunday from Memorial DayMichael Marsland/Yale Universityrepresenting Henry Whitfield, and a shipsweekend through Labor Day weekend. cannon from the War of 1812. Fees. Call203-467-6927, shorelinetrolley.org15'