Greenwich offers a wide array of cultural opportunities for both the participant and the audience with its own Symphony, an Arts Council, several art societies, a choral society, choirs and specialized singing groups, dance groups and active theater associations. The Bruce Museum houses collections of fine art, Indian and colonial relics, and natural history exhibits. The museum has visiting exhibitions, lecture programs and an extensive children’s program. The Greenwich Library provides a well-rounded center with its lectures, films, art gallery exhibits and lending libraries of books, records, art and films. Greenwich’s central location also encourages travel to the cultural facilities of the region from Broadway to Long Wharf.

Bruce Museum

Greenwich Audobon Society

Greenwich Symphony Orchestra

Greenwich Library

Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk

Greenwich Arts Council

Greenwich Historical Society

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
(New York City – 1 Hour)

Caramoor
(Katonah, NY – 30 Minutes)

Shubert Theater
(New Haven – 50 Minutes)

Stamford Center for the Arts
(Stamford – 10 Minutes)

Stepping Stones Museum for Children
(Norwalk, CT – 15 Minutes)

Broadway
(New York City – 1 Hour)

Stamford Museum and Nature Center
(Stamford, CT – 10 Minutes)

Performing Arts Center at Purchase College
(Purchase, NY – 15 Minutes)