New London (Connecticut)

New London County


New London is a city and administrative headquarters of the New London County in the U.S. state of Connecticut.

New London is the seat of the development department of the pharmaceutical company Pfizer. Here was also Viagra, the most famous product of Pfizer developed.


New London is located between New York City and Boston, and is traversed by Interstate 95. The Amtrak station is located on the North - East corridor and is served by several Acela Express.

Worcester is located 119 km north (via Interstate 395 ) and the capital of Connecticut, Hartford, situated 85 km north-west.

New London is on the block Iceland, operated by regional Southeast Area Transit buses, as well as the three ferry Cross Sound Ferry to Long Iceland, Ferry District to Fishers and Iceland in the summer of Express ferry.

The Groton -New London Airport is located in the neighboring town of Groton. The airports TF Green and Bradley International can be reached within 75 minutes driving time.


In New London is the Connecticut College, Mitchell College and the United States Coast Guard Academy, a central military training center for the United States Coast Guard.

In New London, and the Lyman Allyn Art Museum is among other things, a collection of paintings by American artists of the last two hundred years.


Sons and daughters of the town

  • Frank Bosworth Brandegee, politicians
  • Amy Brenneman, film and television actress
  • John Butler, a British colonist in North America
  • Cassie, R & B singer
  • Zygmund Przemyslaw Rondomanski, composer
  • James Marshall, artist