New Haven Long Wharf Pier
Address: 200 Orange Street, New Haven, CT 06510
|Long Wharf Pier
occasionally berths tour boats and visiting tall ships during the summer. The pier is 600
feet long. Check the schedule Schooner Sound Learning for the Schooner Quinnipiack, New
Haven's flagship schooner that departs from this site. The pier is a popular birding spot.
Time your visit during low tide and you're sure to see a variety of shore and wading birds
feeding along Connecticut largest and most productive intertidal mudflat. Those who enjoy
watching port activities are often treated to views of ships calling on the Port of New
Haven to load or unload their cargo.
Much like New York's Broadway, New Haven's Shubert, Long Wharf and Yale Repertory Theaters are renowned for groundbreaking and often career-making performances. Meanwhile, a collection of smaller theaters and troupes, including Elm City Shakespeare and Yale Cabaret, offer both traditional and cutting-edge performances throughout the year. New Haven's roster of museums and cultural centers is unequaled anywhere in America. From the trendy Artspace Center for the Contemporary Art to the Freedom Schooner Amistad on Long Wharf Pier, the city is abundant with cultural opportunities.
For cultural activities, go to: http://www.infonewhaven.com/arts