Life In New Haven and Connecticut
New Haven is a vibrant city on the coast of Connecticut that offers close proximity to major metropolitan areas with affordable living options. Fellows and faculty members live in various cities and towns throughout the state. Check out what New Haven has to offer!
Learn About Life in New Haven
- Welcome to New Haven
- New Haven: A Great Place to Live
- Living in New Haven: Culture
- New Haven Arts and Entertainment
- The General Medical Education (GME) Office conducted a survey of approximately 800 current residents and fellows, asking them a series of questions about their lives both at work and at home. Here are some of the highlights.
- Check out Info New Haven for everything you need to know about the city's history, visiting, shopping, dining, entertainment, and more!
- From the New York Times, "It’s a Wonderful Block": Here in New Haven, on streets like these, New Urbanism is very old.
- From the New York Times, "New Haven, Conn.: More Than Just Academics and Mozzarella": New Haven pulls off a balancing act, offering the cuisine, culture and architecture of a major metropolis, they contend, with the laid-back vibe of a smaller town.
- From the New York Times, "The New New Haven": New Haven’s appeal over larger cities may not be self-evident, but it makes sense. Midway between Boston and New York, the city is an easy two-hour train ride from Grand Central Terminal. An old port with a layered history and resulting diversity, New Haven doesn’t lack in infrastructure and prides itself on its decent dining scene, while Connecticut’s hiking trails are a bike ride away.
- "New Haven, Connecticut Is One Of America’s Most Walkable Small Cities, And There Are Delights Around Every Corner" from Only In Your State