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Knights of Columbus Museum

Category: Museums & Galleries
1 State St.
New Haven, 06511
Highway Access: (I-91 Ex. 1, I-95 Ex. 47)

Established in 1982, the Knights of Columbus Museum is a nonprofit institution serving the educational interests of the general public. It is also as an archive and gallery for documents and artifacts pertaining to the Catholic fraternal organization's history and activities. The museum features world-class exhibitions of artwork and history and is renowned for its annual Christmas exhibitions. It was ranked by USA Today as one of the "10 great places to explore religion in artistic detail."

Phone: (203) 865-0400
FAX: (203) 865-0343
Website: http://www.kofcmuseum.org
Email: museum@kofc.org
Attraction Rate: Free, onsite parking.
Dates of Operation:
Hours: Daily 10-5; closed Thanksgiving, Dec. 24 & 25, Good Friday.
Handicap Accessible: yes
Special Rentals: No
Bus Fee: None
Tourtime: 1.5 hours
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