Greenwich Historical Society/Bush-Holley House Museum



Hours: Wednesday through Sunday 12-4 pm. Closed Monday and Tuesdays and major holidays.

The exciting reimagined campus includes beautiful new museum galleries, café, store, library and archives, and landscape and gardens restored based on historical documentation. The circa 1730 National Historic Landmark Bush-Holley House survived the American Revolution and became the site of Connecticut’s first American Impressionist art colony from 1890 to 1920, where influential artists including Childe Hassam lived and worked. Greenwich Historical Society preserves and interprets the history of this vibrant, globally influential community through exhibitions and engaging lectures, programs, and events.

Image by Durston Saylor