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Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT is a fantastic place to explore art, science and natural history all under one roof, it is indeed one of the best rated museums in CT. The beautiful museum building was built in 1853 and was the home of Robert Bruce until he deeded it to the town of Greenwich. The museum today hosts seven permanent exhibits displaying different aspects of natural history and science. The seaside center near the main museum offers information on science and marine life, open May through October. The Bruce Museum offers tours Tuesday through Sunday.

Things to Do

  • Visit the wonderful museum, it offers plenty of educational and fun activities for the families, explore art, science and much more.
  • The outdoor craft festival in May brings out many beautiful handcrafted items, it offers live craft making, live music, food and more.
  • The seaside center is a few miles drive from the main museum, children can learn about sea life including, grey seals and scallops.
  • See the permanent exhibits at the museum and learn about minerals, natural resources, environmental history, changes in our land and much more.

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  • Visit the gift store for exclusive gifts, jewelry, art books, educational toys and more.

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