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Located in the Fairfield County of Connecticut, Greenwich is known as the Gateway to New England. Although Greenwich used to be a place where many New York commuters lived, it has now developed its’ own reputation and has become the headquarters for many businesses. The combination of its location within New England, the history, and beaches make Greenwich a great place to book your next getaway.
Things to Do in Greenwich
Between the abundant nature, history, and businesses, you certainly won’t be bored while staying in Greenwich. Go boating, swimming, for a picnic, and more at the beach at Greenwich Point. If you’re looking to go for an adventure, take the ferry from Roger Sherman Baldwin Park to visit Great Captain Island and Island Beach. Island Beach is just south of Greenwich Harbor and is in the Long Island Sound. Visit the recently renovated Bruce Museum to view wildlife panoramas, art, and historic exhibits. If you want to see more history, you can visit one of the oldest buildings in Greenwich. Putnam Cottage is in a tavern from the Revolutionary War. For highly rated restaurants and high end shopping, take a walk down Greenwich Avenue. If you love animals, try taking a private tour of the LEO Zoological Conservation Center, where you can see rare and endangered animals. The Greenwich Audubon Center, furthermore, has 285 acres of land filled with trails and nature education programs.
Day Trips Near Greenwich
If you’re looking to explore the area around Greenwich, there are plenty of options for a day trip. Manhattan is only an hour away! Go to New York to see the Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Center, Central Park, and more. If you would like to stay in Connecticut, visit the town of Mystic, which is only a two hour drive from Greenwich. See penguins, sea lions, and beluga whales at Mystic Aquarium. Walk around the village and Mystic Seaport to experience the charm of New England. Travel to Mashantucket, Connecticut to see a concert or play poker at Foxwoods Resort Casino.
Greenwich is made up of seven unique villages, which each have multiple hotels and bed and breakfasts. Stay in Riverside if you want to be on the waterfront to go sailing and fishing. It is also next to a railroad station if you are thinking of taking a day trip to New York. Central Greenwich is the town’s hub and is the place to be if you want to spend time exploring shops and restaurants. Stay in Old Greenwich to be close to the beach and boating. Wherever you choose to stay, Tripping can help you compare all of the rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews, and more. Book your Greenwich vacation rental today!
Transportation in Greenwich
Take the Metro North Railroad around Greenwich. There are stations at Cos Cob, Greenwich, Old Greenwich, and Riverside. You can also take it to New York and New Haven. Norwalk Transport also offers shuttle buses to Central Greenwich and West Putnam from the Greenwich Metro North Station. If you are looking to go to Stamford or White Plains, take the I-Bus Express.
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