Architectural Tour: Knights of Columbus Museum

Wednesday, March 25

Join The New Haven Preservation Trust for an intimate tour of one of New Haven’s Modernist treasures. Designed by the firm of Douglas Orr, deCossy, Winder, and Associates this site opened in 1965 and served as a City health facility with clinics and offices. When the Health Department later moved to Meadow Street, the building was purchased by the Knights of Columbus, who converted it to a museum with a design by Kevin Roche and John Dinkaloo. The guide for our tour will be Garry Leonard of Roche and Dinkaloo, who worked on the conversion of the building.

Free and open to the public. Registration is required; tour size is strictly limited. Free parking is available in the garage beneath the museum.

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