World famous Ivy League School Yale University thrives in New Haven, the third largest city in Connecticut. Yale is America's third oldest university and the biggest economical support to the city of New Haven. This city is often pronounced as the Elm City, for the abundant Elm trees that flourish everywhere in the natural environs of the town. However, most of the good old Elm trees caught the disease and died, but still New Haven remains great city with active nightlife and great attractions for the visitors. Annual International Festival of Arts and Ideas is one of the unique events in New Haven where you get to taste the variety of local cuisine. Restaurants are the prime attractions of New Haven that caters to varied demands locally and globally. Yale Repertory Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre and Shubert Theatre make the most of the entertainment. There are number of museums associated with Yale. Besides, here, one can also get to see the original copy of Bible at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.