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Tour the Bush–Holley House

Permanent Collections Gallery

Visitors to the Greenwich Historical Society’s Permanent Collections Gallery can view these featured installations
Wednesday- Sunday from 12:00 to 4:00 pm.

John Henry Twachtman's
Front Porch

New acquisition: painting by artist and teacher John Henry Twachtman (1853-1902) entitled Front Porch, ca. 1896-99. 

Treasures from the Museum Collection Ceramics by Leon Volkmar

Ceramic vessels by artist Leon Gambetta Volkmar (1879-1959), who was an active member of the Cos Cob Art Colony.

Discover Greenwich

In celebration of our 90th anniversary milestone we present Discover Greenwich, a dynamic series of interactive programs that promotes a sense of place and belonging, sparks dialogue and inspires meaningful connections across our diverse community.  Explore our town’s history through a series of walking tours. Enrich your knowledge through lectures, workshops and demonstrations. Engage in fun community activities.

Host your next event with us

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. 

Become a member

Enjoy all the benefits of membership, and help us fulfill our mission, to preserve and interpret Greenwich history to strengthen the community’s connection to our past, to each other and to our future. Show your support by renewing your membership or making a gift today.

CT Art Trail Passport

Start a new adventure in 2024 with a CT Art Trail passport!

The Connecticut Art Trail Passport-Journal grants free admission and other benefits at 24 museums and cultural sites throughout the state, and it’s yours for just $35! Purchase available in person at the Museum Store.