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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

GREENWICH

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.

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

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.

LITCHFIELD

Litchfield Hills
Western Connecticut Convention & Visitors Bureau
Category:
Region/Town Information
Description:
Provides visitor and meeting information for 64 cities and towns for the Western region of the state.

STAMFORD

Greenwich Living Antiques
Fairfield County
Greenwich Living Antiques & Design Center
Category:
Antique Shop
Description:
One of the largest suppliers of Maison Jansen home furnishing, offers high end decorative furniture, accessories and oil paintings.

WARREN

Litchfield Hills
Town of Warren
Category:
Region/Town Information
Description:
Today residential development and the recreational facilities of Lake Waramaug have boosted the population to almost 1,400 has maintained a rural and historic character.

WESTBROOK

Aerial View of Salt Meadow (Greg Thompson)
River Valley
Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge
Category:
Science & Nature
Description:
Refuge is comprised of 11 units that are stretched across Connecticut's shoreline.

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