Explore the beautiful countryside of Greenwich Connecticut. One of the most affluent towns in New England, it offers a plethora of leisure activities ranging from boating and golfing to enjoying one of many four-star restaurants.

We are located directly across from the Greenwich Water Club with pleasant views of the Mianus River.

Take time out to visit the famed Bush-Holley Historic Site with its historical art and 18th century furnishings and the Bruce Museum with its ever-changing displays located in the midst of beautiful Bruce Park. The array of art, musical and theater productions are all near-by, which make your New England visit even more enjoyable. In addition, shopping abounds in the well-known boutiques and antique shops that line colorful “Greenwich Avenue.” And of course, last but not least, your taste buds will be treated with the area’s many four-star restaurants conveniently close by. The Stamford Town Center, located about 5 minutes away, is filled with hundreds of wonderful stores!

We are only 45 minutes from New York City. What a perfect way to enjoy the wonders of nature and the city all in one day.

The Greenwich Water Club is a unique, four-season, waterfront retreat and recreation facility that is in a class all its own. With sweeping views of the Mianus River, the grand main buildings feature a warm and welcoming multi-columned portico entrance. Once inside, you’ll encounter an inviting lobby with reception desk area. Each building boasts two floors of club space and ample walls of windows that take in the spectacular views.

The property features a boathouse, rower’s training center, fitness center, swimming pools (seasonal), steam and massage rooms, conference rooms, Clubhouse restaurant, informal dining deck, nursery and full-service marina.

Audubon Center
522-acre Sanctuary, miles of trails, exhibits, educational programs, model backyard wildlife habitat, art gallery, nature store. Year round.

Bridgeport Bluefish Professional Baseball
Professional, minor league baseball in newly founded Atlantic League.

Bush-Holley Historic Site
National historic landmark. Home of CT’s first art colony. Visitor center and exhibition galleries in a renovated c.1805 storehouse, mid-19th century barn and archives related to Greenwich history. The house features early American Impressionist Art.

Greenwich Arts Center
A center for the visual and performing arts. Year round.

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk / IMAX Movie Theater
Nationally recognized aquarium featuring sharks, seals and other marine life of Long Island Sound. Harbor study cruises, maritime displays, special exhibits and programs, and a gift shop. Year round.

Putnam Cottage
Meeting place of Revolutionary War Leaders, Knapp’s Tavern, and gift shop.

Libraries – Public
Cos Cob Branch Library
Greenwich Library
Perrott Memorial Library

Bruce Park, Greenwich (by Bruce Museum)

Binney Park, Old Greenwich

Greenwich Point, Old Greenwich
(Tod’s Point)

Non-Residents must purchase pass and parking permit through

Town of Greenwich (203) 622-7700.




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