Explore the area attractions.
A vibrant arts district only a short train ride from Manhattan, the Greenwich area is home to a surprising number of cultural attractions. Want to join a group of birders counting the bald eagles nesting along the shoreline? Less than an hour away, you can take in a Yankees game, visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art or enjoy a performance at Lincoln Center. Click on the links below to learn what the unexpected can mean.
- The Audubon Center is a sanctuary and educational nature center for local wildlife, affiliated with the National Audubon Society.
- The Bartlett Arboretum & Gardens includes the Silver Education Center, which houses a horticulture resource library, an art gallery and a plant clinic open during the growing season.
- The Bruce Museum in Greenwich is a world-class institution highlighting art, science and natural history in more than a dozen changing exhibitions annually.
- LEO Zoological Conservation Center is a reserve for rare and endangered animals. Unlike a typical zoo, the Center limits the animals’ exposure to human crowds. Take your grandchildren on a private safari.
- The Loft Artist Association Gallery in Stamford showcases local artists and artisans with regular open studios.
- The Palace Theater at the Stamford Center for the Arts features performances by the Stamford Symphony Orchestra and the Connecticut Grand Opera.
- The Stamford Historical Society is an educational and research institution that collects, preserves, and exhibits materials relating to Stamford.
- The Stamford Museum celebrates art and popular culture with ever-changing exhibitions and an astronomy center.
- The Stamford Town Center is a major high-end shopping destination.