1.  Yale University Student Lead Walking Tours. Highly recommended for visitors of any age, these walking tours are the best guide to Yale’s history and architecture. Monday-Friday 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 1:30 p.m. 2.  Yale University Art Gallery. The extraordinary collection includes masterpieces by world- renowned artists. 3.  Yale Center for British Art. The largest, most comprehensive museum of British art outside of the United Kingdom. 4.  Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. A translucent temple of rare books. Go for the architecture; stay for The Gutenberg Bible. 5.  New Haven Green. The quintessential New England town green, laid out by the Puritans in 1638. 10 Free Things To Do In Greater New Haven 10 Free Things To Do 6.  Knights of Columbus Museum. This museum provides a grand tour of the history and art of Catholicism, including permanent exhibits on papal memorabilia. 7.  East Rock Park. East Rock features 10 miles of wooded hiking trails and a spectacular view of the city below and the harbor beyond. 8.  New Haven Grand Prix. More than 15,000 people cheer on this twilight bicycle race that showcases New Haven’s nightlife and its cycling and pedestrian-friendly vibrancy. 9. Elm Shakespeare. Each year, from mid-August to Labor Day weekend, the Elm Shakespeare Company delights locals and visitors alike with a play with a New Haven twist. 10.  41st Annual Faxon Law New Haven Road Race. Host of the 2018 USA 20K with an anticipated crowd of more than 7,000 racers on the starting line on Labor Day. © 2018 Metropolitan Transportation Authority Discounted rail fare and admission to the Norwalk Aquarium, New York Botanical Garden, Dia:Beacon, Empire City Casino, Storm King Art Center, bike rentals, kayaking and more! mta.info/mnr/getaways