This 16.5-acre outdoor space in the central square of the nine squares was originally designed in 1638 by the settlers of the New Haven Colonyas common space for cultural, civic, religious, and educational purposes and gatherings. It is one of the oldest continuously used public spaces in the United States and is on the National Register of Historic Places and designated as a National Historic Landmark District.
Since I had to go to a doctor’s office, Kevin gave me a ride down to New Haven. After seeing the doctor, we went for a short walk to New Haven Green. I captured some photos. There is a bus station and so many questionable people on and around New Haven Green. We didn’t feel comfortable at New Haven Green. We made our way to the car to get back home.