Greenwich Historical Society curators, educators and docents have come together to bring the best of Greenwich history – our stories, our landmarks, archives and collections – online for all to peruse and enjoy. For educators, parents, and all those curious about Greenwich and our rich history, we welcome to you enjoy.
When the COVID-19 pandemic began, the Greenwich Historical Society reached out to the community to find artifacts that documented the times. GREENWICH, CT — Documenting
Now famously home to exclusive housing developments and luxury retailers, the Town of Greenwich began as an agricultural enterprise. Historically, this was a necessity. After
Our Education Team is hard at work creating content for students, teachers and parents. Find interesting facts, at-home projects, and learning guides updated regularly here on our site. Have contact you would like to see? Let us know at email@example.com.
History in the Making
Honoring Barbara and Ray Dalio in conversation with David Rubenstein
in 2021, the Greenwich Historical Society will honor Barbara and Ray Dalio at our “History in the Making” event for their philanthropic contributions to Greenwich and beyond, and their commitment to ensuring a future that offers generations to come opportunities to make our world at large a better place.
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We’re still celebrating...
Our Great Lawn and historic Barn are perfect for intimate gatherings . In this difficult time, our space is perfect for smaller events – tented on the great lawn or using our Barn, grounds and galleries for corporate meetings, bridal showers, birthday parties, engagements, anniversary parties and small weddings.