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Bush-Holley Historic Site
Fairfield County
Bush-Holley Historic Site
Category:
Historic Site
Description:
The circa 1730 National Historic Landmark, and home of Connecticut's first art colony features guided tour of Bush-Holley House, historic interiors, American Impressionist art collection. The William

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Fairfield County
Audubon Greenwich
Category:
Science & Nature
Description:
Wildlife sanctuary with 295 acres, hiking trails. Nature Center has nature exhibits, children's learning center, nature art gallery, nature store.

Bruce Museum
Fairfield County
Bruce Museum
Category:
Museums & Galleries
Description:
Over 12 changing exhibitions, in art and science annually, live animal marine tank, lectures, educational workshops, museum store.

Fairfield County
Byram Shore Park
Category:
Beach
Description:
For those bathers who prefer fresh water, the park has the only public pool in town, located at the water's edge. Bathhouses available for those using both beach and pool.

Fairfield County
Great Captain's Island
Category:
Beach
Description:
During the summer months, there is a ferry service from the landing at Roger Sherman Park (off Arch St.).

Fairfield County
Greenwich Point Park
Category:
Beach
Description:
A great site which offer a large sandy beach and walking trails.

Fairfield County
Island Beach
Category:
Beach
Description:
Island Beach is situated in Long Island Sound about two miles south of Greenwich Harbor. During the summer months, there is a ferry service from the landing at Roger Sherman Park (off Arch St.).

Fairfield County
l'escale
Category:
Restaurant
Description:
Situated on the spectacular Greenwich Harbor with outdoor seating and full-service bar along more than 500 feet of dock space. l'escale offers Provencal fare from Chef Frederic Kieffer.

Fairfield County
Meli-Melo
Category:
Restaurant
Description:
A French/American restaurant and catering kitchen.

Fairfield County
Putnam Cottage (c.1692)
Category:
Historic Site
Description:
Known as Knapp's Tavern during the Revolutionary War, a meeting place of leaders including General Israel Putnam.

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