Established in 1982, the Knights of Columbus Museum, Inc. is a...read more
Established in 1982, the Knights of Columbus Museum, Inc. is a nonprofit institution serving the general public through exhibitions of history, art, and faith. It serves as an archive for the Knights of Columbus Supreme Council and maintains a permanent gallery showcasing the organization's history, as well as one dedicated to Knights of Columbus founder, Venerable Michael McGivney (1852-1890). The Knights of Columbus Museum is located at 1 State Street in New Haven, Connecticut, conveniently off the downtown exit from either I-91 or I-95. It is three blocks from Union Station (Amtrak, Hartford Line, Metro-North Railroad, Shoreline East Railroad and Greyhound). Free parking is available in the lot beneath the museum. Enter the garage from the left lane at the far end of the building as you approach the intersection with Martin Luther King Blvd. Group and school visits are welcome. Please schedule tours in advance.