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.

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.

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. www.greenwichwaterclub.com

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

Beacon Point Marine
If you are in the market for a new or used boat, step across the street and see a fine selction on land and in water.

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.

Cos Cob Park
Walking distance with spectacular views of NYC.

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

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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