Bush-Holley Historic Site
The Bush-Holley House tells the story of two distinct historical periods. It was constructed in the early 18th century, witnessing colonial history; and later served as a boardinghouse in the 19th/20th centuries, attracting many artists interested in the landscape. Visitors can see historical rooms and objects, a collection of Impressionist and other artwork, and can enjoy the landscape that inspired a generation of painters. Founded in 1931, the Greenwich Historical Society strives to preserve the history of the colonial era and the Revolutionary War.
Hrs: Vary by season, see website.