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Lewis Walpole Library Fellows' Guide: Yale in New Haven

Information about Visiting Fellowships and Travel Grants at the Lewis Walpole Library

Yale Calendar of Events in New Haven

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Yale Office of International Students and Scholars

New Haven

Transportation to and from New Haven

Transportation to and from Farmington

Public transportation:

There is no public transportation directly to the Lewis Walpole Library or connecting the Library with the Yale New Haven campus. 

For information about transportation options to and from Farmington click or tap here

Train: The easiest train station to get to is in Berlin, Connecticut. The Hartford Line and Amtrak "Shuttle" service between New Haven and Springfield stop in Berlin and run several times daily. 

Let us know ahead of time, and we can meet you at the station in the Library car.

Bus: Megabus now offers service to Hartford, including service between New Haven and Hartford.

For driving directions to and from New Haven click:

  To New Haven from the LWL  or  To New Haven (alternative route)

  From New Haven to the LWL  or  From New Haven (alternative route)

 


Parking and Transportation within New Haven

Parking:

All-day parking at the York Street Garage and shorter term parking (4 hours or less) at the Broadway parking lot afford easy access to the Yale Center for British Art, Sterling Memorial Library, and the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. On-street parking is often also available. For a parking map, click or tap here.

Walking:

It is generally easy to walk around the main Yale campus and downtown New Haven.

Shuttle

The Yale University Shuttle provides transportation between the main campus and the Union station in New Haven as well as other local destinations for members of the Yale community. For information about the shuttle, click or tap here.

Visiting Yale and New Haven

For more information about visiting Yale and New Haven, click or tap here.

Transportation within New Haven

Transportation within New Haven

Getting Around New Haven once you're there

Parking

All-day parking at the York Street Garage and shorter term parking (4 hours or less) at the Broadway parking lot afford easy access to the Yale Center for British Art, Sterling Memorial Library, and the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. On-street parking is often also available. For a parking map, click or tap here.

Walking

It is generally easy to walk around the main Yale campus and downtown New Haven.

Shuttle

The Yale University Shuttle provides transportation between the main campus and the Union station in New Haven as well as other local destinations for members of the Yale community. For information about the shuttle, click or tap here.

Visiting Yale and New Haven

For more information about visiting Yale and New Haven, click or tap here