IMPORTANT!

The Primary Fort Nattan Hale Web site is not available thus this site is being maintained
to aid in sharing information on current activities.


OPENING DAY CEREMONY HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER FORECASTS

FORT NATHAN HALE - BLACK ROCK FORT

OPENING DAY - LIVING HISTORY DAY

SATURDAY, MAY 19th, 2018

Full Park Activities - 10:00am-4:00pm
Ceremony 10:30am-12:00pm

36 Woodward Ave, New Haven, CT
1 203 469-3441

The ceremony begins at 10:30am and includes a parade to the Flag Court, the
raising of the flags with description of each flag, Field (Fife and Drum) Music
and presentations by dignitaries
.

Refreshments will be available.

Participating Organizations Include:

FRIENDS OF FORT WOOSTER
CIVIL WAR ROUNDTABLE
CIVIL AIR PATROL
ELM CITY PARKS CONSERVANCY (ECPC)
MORRIS COVE GARDEN CLUB
29TH COLORED CIVIL WAR REGIMENT
QUINNIPIAC INDIAN HISTORY

FORT WOOSTER
SCOUT TROOPS
U.S. COAST GUARD
WORLD WAR I CENTENIAL COMMISION
SOUTHERN CT CYCLE CLUB
2nd COMPANY CT GOVERNOR’S FOOT GUARD

Arts and Crafts for the Children


 

Welcome to the Fort Nathan Hale and Black Rock Fort WEB Site

Fort Nathan Hale and Black Rock Fort are located in New Haven, CT. These facilities played roles in the American Revolution, the War of 1812 and the Civil War. This web site is dedicated to those heroes that served during those and subsequent conflicts, the many volunteers who have worked diligently to restore, maintain and manage the site and its activities, reenactors who bring history to life and the many visitors and supporters of this historic landmark.

 


Landmark and Historic Site

Fort Nathan Hale was declared a Landmark and Historic site by the New Haven Preservation Trust, the first site so recognized in New Haven. In 1970, Fort Nathan Hale was placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the Department of the Interior thus granting national recognition of this historic place.


Fort Nathan Hale Restoration Projects, Inc.

Fort Nathan Hale Restoration Projects, Inc., a non-profit organization, was established in 1967 by a group of concerned citizens interested in restoration and preservation of Fort Nathan Hale, which was dedicated on July 5, 1976.

Through the efforts of the FNHRP, funds are raised annually to maintain, staff and promote the facility. Monies are raised by: membership; open to all who share concern for the need to preserve our historic links with the past for the benefit of the present; special events; grants and donations.

Fort Nathan Hale Restoration Projects, Inc.
P.O. Box 1981
New Haven, Connecticut 06533

info(at)fort-nathan-hale.org
1 203 469-3441

 


 

 

Location

36 Woodward Ave, New Haven, CT

Directions

From New York area: Take I-95 North to Exit 50. Right onto Woodward Ave. Follow signs.

From Hartford area: Take I-91 South to I-95 East. Exit 50. Right onto Woodward Ave. Follow signs.

From New London Area: Take I-95 to New Haven. Take Exit 51. Go left onto Woodward Ave. Follow signs.


General Information

The Visitor Center is open from Memorial Weekend to Labor Day. Daily 10-4. Admission Free.

Information Booth on Premises where historical booklets explaining the forts are available as well as self-guided tour brochures.

 


Fort Nathan Hale Restoration Projects, Inc.
P.O. Box 1981
New Haven, Connecticut 06533

info(at)fort-nathan-hale.org
1 203 469-3441

Copyright 2001-2018 Fort Nathan Hale Restoration Projects, Inc., All Rights Reserved. Last Modified: May 18, 2018

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