A street sign by a building near J House Greenwich

Explore Greenwich, CT

New England's Most Charming Town

Greenwich is a destination in its own right. While only a short train ride away from New York City, Greenwich, Connecticut offers a wide array of fun activities, attractions, and events for visitors. Most downtown attractions and activities are just a short ride from The J House.

Entrance of the Bruce Museum near J House Greenwich

Bruce Museum

The Bruce Museum is a community-based, world-class institution highlighting art, science and natural history in more than a dozen changing exhibitions annually.

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Rock band performs on the Capitol Theatre stage near J House Greenwich

Capitol Theatre

The Capitol Theatre is Westchester’s premier rock palace.

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Exterior of the Bush-Holley House Museum near J House Greenwich

Bush-Holley House Museum

At the core of Greenwich Historical Society is the Bush-Holley House, a circa 1730 National Historic Landmark in the Cos Cob section of Greenwich.

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Greenwich Point Park entrance sign near J House Greenwich

The Greenwich Beaches

Greenwich Point Park is a 147.3-acre Town-owned beach and recreation facility in Old Greenwich, CT. Also known by locals as "Tod's Point," it was the former estate of J. Kennedy Tod and many historic buildings still exist in the park.

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Shops and cars parked along Greenwich Avenue near J House Greenwich

Greenwich Avenue

Experience the Rodeo Drive of the East: Greenwich Avenue. The town of Greenwich has a few main streets, but one reigns among all–Greenwich Avenue, or what us locals refer to as just ‘The Ave.’

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Exterior of the Audubon Center entrance near J House Greenwich

Audubon Center

Greenwich Audubon Center stewards seven sanctuaries and private parcels (totaling 686 acres) in Greenwich, including the Main Sanctuary (and Audubon Center).

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Polo player swinging at ball on the field at Greenwich Polo Club near J House Greenwich

Greenwich Polo Club

Nestled in the beautiful backcountry of Connecticut, Greenwich Polo Club was established in 1981 and is recognized as one of the elite high-goal polo venues in the world. Known for its unmatched roster of legendary teams, professional players, and champion equine athletes, fondly known as polo ponies.

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Aerial photo of Playland Park near J House Greenwich

Playland Park

Playland is an amusement park in Rye, New York, located only 15 minutes from The J House Greenwich. It is a National Historic Landmark located on the Long Island Sound, built in 1928.

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Tree lined walking path at Babcock Preserve near J House Greenwich

Babcock Preserve

The Babcock Preserve is a forested, 300-acre preserve featuring walking, hiking, running, and bridle paths, a picnic area, and a stream. The preserve also has 7 miles of trails including a 4.1-mile loop.

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Exterior of Stamford Museum and Nature Center near J House Greenwich

Stamford Museum and Nature Center

The Stamford Museum & Nature Center is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of art and popular culture, the natural and agricultural sciences, and history.

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