Thinking of a great weekend getaway, a day trip from the City, or spending the summer, Greenwich has a lot to offer. World class arts and culture, fabulous culinary experiences, 5-star hotels to B&B, great homes, beaches, events, shopping that rival  the best shopping and dining experiences in the country.


From great sport events, beaches, to clubs, museums, cultural events, top retail, restaurants and hotels there is so much to do and experience in Greenwich. Greenwich is a big town with a small town feel. Whatever your lifestyle and interests are, chances are Greenwich will resonate with you.


We can’t imagine any other town in the country that has so many residents and organizations dedicated to supporting. Private collectors and the Town of Greenwich generously support the Bruce Museum. The Bruce is known for its high-quality shows, as well as its science component, both of which are also offered to kids of all ages in their much-loved education programs. The Greenwich Arts Council features “Art to the Avenue” every May. Simply stroll down the Avenue and explore contemporary artists’ work in every store and stop into one of the galleries along the way for a sip of wine. Great fun!

David Teeple
in private Greenwich collection

Delamar Hotel


The restaurant scene in Greenwich is a wealth of culinary experiences and spans the entire town. In downtown Greenwich you can experience a Michelin-trained French chef, Thomas Henkelmann of the Homestead Inn, Italian food at Mediterraneo, or Valbella’s. In the back country you can dine at Rebecca’s or head over to Riverside and indulge in delicious sandwiches at Ada’s Kitchen & Coffee near the Riverside train station or to the Beach House in Old Greenwich.

During much loved annual events like the Greenwich Holiday Stroll and the Town Party restaurants and food trucks roll out delicious food. Or join us for Greenwich Restaurant Week in November, featuring wine tastings and special dinners at our finest restaurants.

Cooking enthusiasts find a variety of food shopping options, from Saturday farmers markets to Whole Foods, Citarella’s, Balducci Market.

No matter what you’re looking for, be it four-star dining or takeout for your family on a weeknight, Greenwich has it all.


Strolling up and down Greenwich Avenue and along downtown Boston Post Road is a relaxing shopping experience: Find high fashion to casual goods in a unique blend of local and national stores in fashion, jewelry, home goods, gifts, and art and design products and more. Stop into restaurants and coffee shops. Enjoy a break in one of Greenwich’s pocket parks and say hello to Greenwich police who help pedestrians cross safely at various intersections along “Greenwich Ave”.

Beyond downtown stores find retailers that meet all your needs; grocery stores, banks, sporting goods stores. Cos Cob is host to Fjord Fish Market, Fairfield & Greenwich Cheese Company and Fleisher’s Craft Butchery to cater to all of your dining desires.

Walking down Sound Beach Avenue in Old Greenwich is its own flavor of locally-owned stores featuring housewares, clothing, jewelry and gifts and restaurants.

Greenwich Avenue


Getting to Greenwich is easy with a robust network of highways, thoroughfares, and public transportation systems including local bus service, cabs and airport transportation, special access services, and connection to the entire New York City Region via MetroNorth Railroad.

Greenwich commuters find it easy to get to one of the four train stations sprinkled throughout town. Many residents are in fact walking to the station – super easy!



There is always a lot to do around town – From the acclaimed Greenwich Film Festival, to Greenwich Food+Wine, The Arts & Crafts Festival at the Bruce Museum, the Greenwich Concours for car aficionados, all the way to the hottest regional ticket around, The Greenwich Town Party. Year round, there is so much going on. And then there are hidden treasures that happen because of and with the people who live in Greenwich: Diana Ross’ and kids waterfront concert, small group presentations by superstar financier Ray Dalio, the annual Model Sailboat Race on Binney Pond and many more. Greenwich is a happening place – come check it out!



Greenwich Town Party