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The oldest art museum in the US devoted to American art is the New Britain Museum of American Art. The museum features famous art collections from the 1700s to the present. The museum was founded in 1703.
Walnut Hill Park in downtown New Britain was developed in the 1860s. It was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the designer of Central Park in New York City. The Walnut Hill Park features winding lanes, monuments to the city’s World War I soldiers, and a band shell. The park was added to the US National Register of Historic Places in November 1982.
Central Connecticut State University in New Britain was founded in 1849. It is the oldest public university in the state of Connecticut.
There is a section of New Britain around Broad Street called The Polish District or Little Poland. In Little Poland, visitors and tourists can find unique handcrafted items, amber jewelry, Christmas ornaments, blown glass, and carved chess. Polish food is also available in the district.
The historic Repertory Theatre is located in New Britain. The theatre was acquired in 1955 and was originally known as Norden Street Lodge. Since 1999, many cultural events have taken place in the theatre, with notable artists (e.g. Meryl Streep) gracing the stage. Meryl was active in the children’s theatre in Repertory Theatre when she was a student at Yale University.
Hieronym Anthony Jacunski, a former National Football League player, was born in New Britain in October 1915. He was also a college football coach for more than 40 years.
Robert Stanley Barton, the inventor of stack architecture, was born in New Britain in February 1925.