• Art Museum, University of Saint Joseph

    Located on the University of Saint Joseph's Olmsted Brothers-designed campus, the Art Museum holds a distinguished collection of more than 2,000 paintings and works on paper.

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  • Art Pass

    Celebrate 2017 with an Art Pass to world-class museums and historic sites around the state. The Art Pass is one-day admission to all locations on the CT Art Trail. An $80+ value for only $25!

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  • Creative Work, Creative Play

    Visit the Greenwich Historical Society's Storehouse Gallery for a special exhibit exploring the years Muppet creators, Jim and Jane Henson, spent raising their family in Connecticut.

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  • See and Sip

    With similar missions for growing CT Tourism, the CT Art and CT Wine Trail come together to offer regional itineraries for art and wine lovers.

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  • #18WeeksCTArt

    Our summer social media campaign is back, starting April 24th! We will visit each member museum, allowing Art Pass-holders and visitors to participate and follow along with the hashtag #18WeeksCTArt and on our Instagram @ctarttrail. 


Greenwich Hospitality – Unparalleled Luxury, Distinctive Charm

Experience the fine art of hospitality at our boutique properties located along the Connecticut Art Trail.

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Art Pass[port]

Stay tuned for more information on the CT Art Trail’s NEW Passport, coming May 2017.

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About the Art Trail

The Connecticut Art Trail is a nationally recognized partnership between eighteen world-class museums and historic sites, created to promote Connecticut’s rich cultural assets as part of a travel experience.

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Press Releases

Cos Cob, CT–On April 5, 2017, the Greenwich Historical Society will answer the question, “Who are the people in your neighborhood?” with a resounding: “The Hensons!” With the opening of Jim and Jane Henson: Creative Work, Creative Play at the Storehouse Gallery, the Historical Society sets out to explore the Hensons‘ Greenwich years, during which… Read more »