Though not in the same spot that it was when the schoolhouse was first built, nor probably when Nathan Hale taught there, the Nathan Hale Schoolhouse is a historical building that deserves to be visited. When this schoolhouse was the Union School, Nathan Hale came to teach in New London after starting his career at 18 years old in East... 更多
You can't miss the School House as it's the first thing you see from the train and anywhere around the main square in town. It stands out as it’s a small, bright red 1770’s wooden house sitting in the shadow of taller, modern buildings behind it. Inside a few original features remain like parts of the floor. If your cell... 更多
The schoolhouse has been here since 2002, maybe before. It is directly across from Union Train Station and has a sculpture of a large whale tail. The schoolhouse is open from May to October and from 11 am to 4 pm... It's a nice piece of early American history...
This little school house should be put on wheels. It has been remodeled and moved at least four times since it was built. Not sure it looks anything like it originally did, but still interesting.
Even though this schoolhouse is closed in March, one can look in the windows to see the schoolhouse interior. It says it dates to 1774-1775, but the interior does not look original. The exterior has been renovated and looks good just like the photo on TripAdvisor, though one does not feel that it was that good looking in the 1700's.... 更多
This is an adorable schoolhouse, with local boating attractions, small shops, and restaurants, makes for a great afternoon!
Loved seeing this place on my wanderings around New London, which made for a very pleasant stop on my tour of this part of the world.
Nathan Hale was a famous US patriot. In his honor, I say "I only regret that I have but one life to spend trolling the internet." I love this place! I love trolling people on the internet! I could have learned this in the Nathan Hale School house if they had the internet back then.