To drive downtown, go straight across railroad tracks
up Governor Winthrop Boulevard.
At next traffic light (at the Red Cross Building far left corner), go left onto Eugene O'Neill Drive, a one-way street.
Go straight at the stop sign and again at the traffic light.
The Visitor Information Station and parking lots are on your left at the next intersection.
This is a convenient place to stop to get information about the area and you are near restaurants, shops, and historic sites.
You can easily walk into downtown from the ferry terminal. Walk south (down river) through the parking lot to Union Railroad Station. Go past station, turn right and cross tracks onto State Street (Captain's Walk), one of downtown's main streets. The first street on your left one block up State is busy and interesting Bank Street lined with many 18th and 19th buildings. Check out the Hygienic building on the corner of Bank and Golden Streets, which is being renovated as an art gallery and artists' residence. Check out the controversal mural of caryatids on the building's south side. What do you think?
Please see our Map of New London for more information and directions. You may also go to Maps.com
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