Location"The Gateway to New England", located in the southwest corner of Connecticut
Distance35 minutes by car, 55 minutes by train
Getting HereGet to one of Greenwich's four Metro-North stations from Grand Central in about an hour
"Greenwich offers a big city lifestyle with a hometown feel."
In the early 1900's, Greenwich Avenue, originally called "The Road to Piping Point," was paved with soft yellow stones and was dubbed the "Yellow Brick Road."
Greenwich is home to several world-renowned restaurants. Experience fine dining at Homestead Inn - Thomas Henkelmann, an elite French restaurant.
Several annual events draw crowds from in and out of town. Take in a film at the Greenwich International Film Festival. Don't miss the Greenwich Food and Wine Festival or the Greenwich Town Party. Both events feature world-famous musicians and excellent food and drink. The Belle Haven Light Show has become a winter tradition and also includes a live nativity scene complete with live animals.
"The Greenwich coastline features some of the most beautiful waterfront properties in the country."
The Greenwich coastline features some of the most beautiful waterfront properties in the country. These homes sit among gorgeous public beaches that are the perfect setting for a fun day trip. If you're feeling adventurous, pack a picnic and catch the ferry from Roger Sherman Baldwin Park to Island Beach, which runs mid-June to mid-September.