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The Gallery at Firehouse Square

A maritime art gallery, specializing in nautical art and artifacts, hosting monthly exhibitions.

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The Gallery at Firehouse Square is comprised of four galleries-within-a-gallary, each with its own distinct flavor.

The nautically-themed works collected in The Firehouse range from detailed paintings from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries of shipyards, military vessels, and ships under sail and power to sculptures of aquatic life and coastal terrestrial fauna.

The Brick Annex Gallery features current collections by visiting artists that are on exhibition in eight to ten shows each year.

The Kate Gallery, named in honor of Connecticut native Karharine Hepburn, is home to limited-edition prints, pencil drawings, lithograpohs, and other works, all signed by the artists.

The Loon Gallery is the most inimate space, home to a rare set of ten platinum print photographs of tall ships that sailed out of the New London/Mystic harbors from the late 1890s through the early 1900s.

Other amenities: Dining Nearby, Parking

 

Pricing: Free.

Other Amenities: Guided Group Tours, Meeting/Event Facilities, Pet Friendly

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Location:

239 Bank St.
New London, CT 06320

Hours:

Mon.-Fri. 11-4, open Sat. 11-4 during Apr.-Nov.

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