Stamford Museum & Nature Center
Visitors to the Stamford Museum & Nature Center can enjoy a picnic on the meadow, walk more than 80 acres of nature trails, visit Heckscher Farm and say hello to the farm animals, and stop into the Stamford Museum Galleries to view rotating exhibitions. Special events include culinary offerings, family farm and forest adventures, paint nights and musical performances.
The center is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of art and popular culture, natural and agricultural sciences, and history. The center seeks to inspire creativity, foster self- discovery, promote environmental stewardship, and nurture an appreciation for lifelong learning through exhibitions, educational programs, and special events that enhance the visitor’s experience of this unique site.
Located in Bruce Park overlooking Greenwich Harbor, the Bruce Museum is a community-based, world-class institution that offers a changing array of exhibitions and educational programs to promote the understanding and appreciation of art and science.
The museum’s recent expansion includes four leading-edge galleries that provide vastly expanded accommodations for changing art exhibitions; and dedicated space to show the museum’s permanent art collection.
The entire ground floor is free and open to the public during museum hours. It includes a new museum store; a restaurant with indoor/outdoor seating; a state-of-the-art auditorium; and meeting spaces for special event use. The grounds also include a sculpture garden and landscaped walking paths.
Note: The CT Art Trail Passport is not sold or valid during weekends of May and October Outdoor Festivals.View Bruce Museum