The Greenwich Historical Society was founded in 1931 to collect and chronicle the vibrant history of Greenwich, Connecticut, USA. It operates the circa 1730 National Historic Landmark Bush-Holley House, a cradle of American Impressionism. The structure began life as a home for prosperous merchants and gained recognition later as a boarding house and gathering place for many prominent American artists and writers.
The Greenwich Historical Society also includes an art gallery, which features rotating exhibitions and a museum store; and an extensive research library and archives. It maintains an active calendar of lectures, school programs, live storytelling evenings, community events, and summer camp.