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Holidays on Huntington - Walking Tour of New London Churches with city historian Sally Ryan
Sunday, December 29, 2013, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Tours start at St. James Episcopal Church at Huntington and Federal Streets at 1:00 p.m.
$15 admission / $10 members. Includes Sacred Spaces Booklet.
Reservations must be made in advance by calling New London Landmarks at 860-442-0003 or registering online. You may pay at the door or via paypal (button below) but early registration assures tour led by city historian Sally Ryan. Latecomers may have to do self-guided tour. Representatives will be found at each church. Tour concludes with refreshments at David Bishop House at 49 Washington Street - office of New London Landmarks. Activities end at 4:00 p.m.
- St. James Episcopal Church, 1850 Gothic Revival by Richard Upjohn
- All Souls Unitarian/Universalist Church, 1910 by Edwin J. Lewis
- St. Mary Star of the Sea, 1876 Neo Gothic by Patrick Charles Keely
- Huntington Street Baptist Church, 1843 Greek Revival built by John Bishop
Trails and Tales: Historic New London, Connecticut, 1646—2013
Check out the new guided tour of historic New London.
New London Now Has Weekend Trains!
See NLL's Shoreline East page for more information.
Or read Gov. Malloy's New Shore Line East Weekend Train Service Announcement (May 30, 2013).