East Shore Reflections

New Haven Museum unveils “East Shore Reflections,” a new exhibit celebrating the history and unique identity of one of the Elm City’s most tightly-knit and distinctive neighborhood communities.

New Haven, CT—The New Haven Museum announces the opening of a new exhibit, “East Shore Reflections,” a shining review of this neighborhood’s evolution from agrarian farm area, to seaside resort, to modern day family enclave and residential setting.  The exhibit will run through February 28.

Walter Miller, President and CEO of New Haven Museum said, “from Beacon Hill to Lighthouse Point, across New Haven Harbor, the East Shore has developed in to a neighborhood with a strong sense of identity and community.  We welcome the general public and especially residents of  the East Shore to come and enjoy this very special event, part of New Haven’s Museum’s ongoing commitment to the City’s rich history and diverse neighborhoods.”

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