The Shore Line Trolley Museum maintains and preserves the history and heritage of the Trolley Era. The Shore Line…More Trolley Museum operates the Branford Electric Railway, a National Historic Site offering vintage trolley rides through East Haven's coastal eco-environment. The railway is the oldest continuously operating suburban trolley line in the United States and once provided service from downtown New Haven through East Haven and into Branford.
Town of East Haven Historical Society 200 Tyler St, East Haven, CT06512 Town historian Jack Brereton serves as the treasurer of the East Haven Historical Society. Along with a bevy of other…More volunteers, he works to collect artifacts and preserve the town's history. The society originally operated from a 1780s home across from the Town Green. Since 1999, it has been located in the old high school. The move, however, is considered temporary.
Calabro Cheese Corporation 580 Coe Ave, East Haven, CT06512 Founded in 1953, Calabro Cheese Corporation is a family-owned cheese manufacturer located on Coe Avenue in East Haven.…More The company uses Vermont milk to make high quality cheeses for retail and wholesale, including mozzarella, caciocavallo, caciotta, ricotta, parmesan and romano. For more information about the company's products and history, visit the Calabro Cheese Corporation Web site.