Allow Mark Abraham to lead you on an informal and behind-the-scenes tour of New Haven and Yale University, tailored to your group's specific interests. As an alumnus of Yale who has lived there for several years after graduation, Mark has been through life as both a student and professional in the area.
Visit the city's incredibly historic neighborhoods, famous restaurants, parks, and cultural and architectural landmarks from 1638 to the present day. Mark has been the city's Cluefest "Cluemaster" for many years, and often gives tours of the city on foot, by bicycle, or by bus.
Note that the cost is only for the tour itself, and does not include transportation or food purchases. There are places to rent bicycles and cars conveniently located throughout the city. The price is somewhat negotiable depending on number of hours, size of tour, etc.
Mark Abraham is the Executive Director of DataHaven, a regional nonprofit that shares high-quality information for effective public decision making. His professional career has included positions as a planner with the New York City 2012 Summer Olympic Games Bid Committee, as Director of Marketing for the New Haven architecture firm Svigals and Partners, and as Associate at the New Haven consulting firm Holt, Wexler & Farnam, LLP. Mr. Abraham graduated from Yale University with honors in the Architecture major. Mark serves as a New Haven Historic District Commissioner and as a Board Member of Elm City Cycling. He has received the New Haven Environmental Justice Network's Annual Award in 2008 for coordinating the New Haven Safe Streets Coalition, and a Business New Haven Rising Stars Award in 2010. Full profile ⋅ Leave a Review
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