Broad Street Books Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT06459 Broad Street Books is a bookstore and cafe that is part of the Wesleyan University Campus, but open to the public;…More as the Wesleyan campus spreads out for many city blocks in Middletown. The bookstore features books, supplies and insignia clothing. This fall, it will begin offering rent-a-text to students from Wesleyan, Middlesex College and other nearby schools. Additionally, Broad Street Books has a full-service cafe with free wi-fi that is a destination for students and the public.
Wesleyan Exley Science Center 265 Church St, Middletown, CT06459 The Exley Science Center is a facility owned by Wesleyan University. The center is a modern building used by the various…More departments and programs in the sciences at Wesleyan. The six-story building includes facilities used regularly for academic events. It offers several auditoriums, one seating 150, and has a spacious lobby area. The building is completely handicap accessible, and has ample parking available.
Wesleyan University's Davison Art Center 301 High St, Middletown, CT06459 The Davison Art Center is located on the Wesleyan University campus just off High Street. The center is a distinctive,…More pink stucco building distinguished by exterior trompe l'oeil paintings that can be found in an annex behind the Richard Alsop IV House. The Alsop house is listed as a National Historic Landmark.
Wesleyan University - Freeman Athletic Center 161 Cross St, Middletown, CT06457 Located on the Wesleyan University campus, The Freeman Athletic Center features a variety of facilities for…More students, faculty and staff such as a gymnasium for basketball and volleyball, a fitness center with more than 100 state-of-the-art pieces of exercise equipment and a squash center.
Wesleyan University's (Ezra and Cecile) Zilkha Gallery 283 Washington Ter, Middletown, CT06457 The Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery is part of Wesleyan University's Center for the Arts, a complex of modern buildings…More near Washington Terrace opened in 1973. Check the gallery's website for the latest exhibits.