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  • Entertainment and Culture


  • The Bruce Museum
    1 Museum Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
    203.869.0376; www.brucemuseum.org

    The 87-year old Bruce Museum was recently rebuilt from the inside out with a $4.5 million addition. Its permanent exhibitions of art, historic memorabilia and well-displayed wildlife panoramas attract people from throughout the tri-state area.


    Bush Holley Historic Site, National Historic Landmark
    39 Strickland Road, Cos Cob, Connecticut 06807 
    203.869.6899; www.hstg.org

    Headquarters of The Historical Society of the Town of Greenwich, this harbor-side pre-Revolutionary War site became the center of the first art colony in Connecticut, a cradle of American Impressionism. Changing exhibitions on history and art, and docent-led historic house tours are offered daily, except Mondays, from 12-4 p.m. A research archive houses a rare collection of photographs and documents relating to Greenwich history and is open to the public on Tuesdays and Thursdays or by appointment. The barn has been transformed into an education center and is available for rental for meetings and parties. Founded in 1931, the Historical Society was recently accredited by the American Association of Museums and attracts regional, national and international visitors.


    Connecticut Playmakers
    203.637.2298


    Greenwich Arts Council
    299 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
    203.862.6750; www.greenwicharts.org

    For over 25 years the Greenwich Arts Council, a nonprofit organization with over 1,000 members, has fostered the visual, performing and literary arts in the Town of Greenwich. Its programs include the annual POPS CONCERT in June and its signature 'Art to the Avenue,' held every year in May. The newly renovated Bendheim Gallery offers rotating exhibits, including work from local artists. Its dance and art studio, and performing and reception space, are available for rent, for a modest fee.


    The Greenwich Choral Society
    203.622.5136


    The Greenwich Library
    101 W. Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
    203.622.7900; www.greenwichlibrary.org

    Stocked with 300,000 books, 14,000 audio and video cassettes, and an extensive periodical section, the Greenwich Library has been cited as the busiest town library in Connecticut. Its newly renovated facilities are extensive, including a 368-seat auditorium and a large exhibition gallery. There are also branch libraries in Byram and Cos Cob, plus the Perrot, an independent affiliated library in Old Greenwich.


    The Greenwich Symphony Orchestra
    203.869.2664; www.greenwichsym.org
    Symphony performances are held at the Dickerman Hollister Auditorium at Greenwich High School; 10 Hillside Road, Greenwich, CT 06830; 203.625.8000


    Putnam Cottage
    243 East Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
    203.869.9697; www.putnamcottage.org

    Housed in a Revolutionary War era Tavern, this little museum is one of the oldest buildings in Greenwich.


    The Acting Company of Greenwich
    P.O. Box 7574, Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
    203.629.2094; www.tacog.org

    Founded in 1990, The Acting Company of Greenwich is committed to bringing quality theater to the community. For ticket reservations, call 203-863-1919.