Audubon Greenwich

613 Riversville Rd., (Rte. 15, Exit 28) , Greenwich, CT 06831.

(203) 869-5272. Visit the Kimberlin Nature Education Center for a Gift Shop, Gallery, and year-round fun for young ones. Seven miles of walking trails pass through meadows, apple orchards, hardwood forests, and loop around Mead Lake, Byram River, streams, a pond, and New England homestead buildings. Trails open dawn to dusk. Welcome Center opens 10 -5 daily. Adm.

Bruce Museum

1 Museum Dr., Greenwich, CT 06830.

I-95 Exit 3, Rt.15 Exit 31. (203) 869-0376. Explore Art and Science at the Bruce Museum. Open Tuesday through Sunday 10-5. Closed Mondays and major holidays. Adults $7, Seniors & Students $6. Free for members and children under 5, free to all on Tuesday. Free on-site parking. Accessible to individuals with disabilities.

Greenwich Arts Council - Bendheim Gallery

299 Greenwich Ave., Greenwich, CT 06830.

 (203) 862-6750. The Greenwich Arts Council presents shows of regional and local artists in various mediums including several juried shows. Hosts several popular annual events including: Kite Flying Festival (April), Art to the Avenue (May), Sand Blast (July), and Book Festival (Nov.). Classes and Summer Music Series offered. Mon.- Fri. 10-5, Sat. & Sun. noon- 4. 

Greenwich Point Park

Shore Rd., Greenwich, CT

203-531-8938. I-95 Ex.5. Greenwich Point is open daily from 6:00 am until sunset. Activities include jogging, walking, cycling, nature study, boating, fishing, sailboarding, sun bathing, swimming, and picnicking. At various locations throughout the park one can find benches to sit on for quiet contemplation and enjoyment. This Park offers a large sandy beach and walking trails. Picnic tables offer great views of the water. Parts of the site offering views of the water are wheelchair accessible. Contact Town of Greenwich for fee schedule and resident and non resident day passes.

Greenwich Symphony Orchestra

P.O. Box 35, Greenwich, CT 06830.

(203) 869-2664. Classical Professional 90 piece orchestra performs 5 pairs Sat./Sun. concerts. David Gilbert, conductor. Internationally acclaimed soloists. Pre-concert lectures.

Mianus River Fish Way at the River House of Greenwich

125 River Road Extension, Greenwich, CT

This site offers views of the Mianus River Dam and one of the most active diadromous fishways in Connecticut. The public can enjoy views of the river from benches in a small  garden. The newly installed fishway access walk is open to the public throughout the spring migration (late March through June) via a series of open houses.  It is also open by appointment for educational purposes throughout the year, appointments can be made through the Greenwich Conservation Commission. No fishing is allowed at this site or from the viewing area as no fishing is allowed within 200 feet of the fishway. Call: 203-622-0079. From I-95 S take exit 5 to Route 1 (East Putnam Ave). Cross Mianus River bridge and make first right onto River Road Ext. and then another quick right into Green Adult Daycare. From I-95 N take exit 4 Indian Field Rd. Take a left onto Indian Field Rd and ravel for approximately .2 miles, then take a right onto East Putnum Ave/Rt-1. Travel on East Putnum Rd for approximtely .9 miles, then take a left onto River Rd Ext. Greenwich Adult Daycare Center is on your right after a short distance.

Putnam Cottage

243 East Putnam Ave., Greenwich, CT 06830.

(203) 869-9697. Known as Knapp Tavern during the American Revolution, this 1690 cottage hosted both General Putnam and General Washington and his entourage. Authentically restored to the colonial period, the cottage is filled with period treasures. Tours Memorial Day – Labor Day Sun. 1 – 4 or by appt. Adm.