Area Attractions

Experience the charm of this coastal town at Hyatt Regency Greenwich. Our prime location puts you just minutes away from the area’s best attractions. Immerse yourself in the history of Greenwich as you explore local museums, enjoy the tranquility of area beaches, or take a stroll along the quaint Greenwich Avenue.

Hyatt Regency Greenwich

1800 East Putnam Avenue
Old Greenwich, Connecticut, United States, 06870

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Arts + Culture

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

Art enthusiasts can explore this incredible museum devoted to contemporary art, the only one of its kind in Connecticut. This renowned museum is recognized for its presentation of new and emerging artists.

Bruce Museum

This beautiful home was purchased in 1853 by Robert Bruce, a wealthy textile merchant, and deeded to the Town of Greenwich in 1908. Through the years, the community has added to the museum’s unique collection of local historical artifacts.

Bush-Holley House

Visit this National Historic Landmark that dates back to 1728 and served as a 19th-century boarding house for artists. Located in the Cos Cob section of Greenwich, this is where the first art colony in the United States was established.

Recreation + Shopping

Binney Park

This beautiful 32-acre park is perfect for a relaxing afternoon walk or picnic and attracts families with its elaborate playground and ice-skating rink. Located just a mile from our hotel, Binney Park offers stunning backdrops for wedding photos.

Bruce Park

Outdoor enthusiasts are sure to find a fun activity at Bruce Park, which offers walking and biking trails, lawn bowling, three tennis courts, horseshoe pits, a baseball diamond, and playgrounds.

Family Attractions