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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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

Wineries and Breweries


The SONO Collection

The SoNo Collection is a spectacular shopping, dining, art, and entertainment destination located near I-95 in South Norwalk, Connecticut, offering an expansive selection of fashion retailers and an abundance of one-of-a-kind art and entertainment experiences.

Parks and Beaches

Cove Island Park & Beach

Cove Island Park is an 83-acre park, beach and recreation area in the Cove section of Stamford, Connecticut, located on Long Island Sound. Access to the park requires a parking pass.

Mianus River State Park

Mianus River State Park Mianus River State Park, which straddles the border of Stamford and Greenwich , encompasses 391 acres and comprises Treetops (94 acres), Mianus River Park (187 acres), and the Mianus River and Natural Park (110 acres).

Sherwood Island State Park

Sherwood Island State Park is a public recreation area on the shore of Long Island Sound in the Greens Farms section of Westport, Connecticut. The state park offers swimming, fishing, and other activities on 238 acres of beach, wetlands, and woodlands. Sherwood Island is numbered as Connecticut's first state park because state purchase of land at the site began in 1914.

Outdoor Activities

Greenwich Audubon Center

Greenwich Audubon Center owns and manages 686 acres on seven sanctuaries in Greenwich, including the Main Sanctuary located at 613 Riversville Road. Members and the public are welcome to enjoy the seven miles of trails throughout the year from sunrise to sunset.

Grace Farms

Grace Farms is an 80-acre public space in New Canaan, Connecticut. Grace Farms is owned and operated by Grace Farms Foundation, which supports initiatives in the areas of nature, arts, justice, community, and faith, and encourages participation locally and globally.

Sports and Recreation

Greenwich Polo Club

Greenwich Polo Club is a polo club and event venue in Greenwich, Connecticut that was established in 1981. It is one of only three polo venues in the United States offering high-goal polo. The club hosts high goal polo matches throughout the summer, tournaments typically beginning in June and concluding in September.

RPM Raceway

RPM Raceway is a premiere indoor electric karting and entertainment destination. Guests of all ages can experience top-to-bottom entertainment options including reaching speeds of 45+ MPH on its racetrack, bowling on 14 interactive lanes, driving a professional racing simulator, virtual reality adventure and more.

Museums and Monuments

Stamford Museum & Nature Center

The Stamford Museum & Nature Center, located in Stamford, Connecticut, is an art, history, nature, and agricultural sciences museum. The property covers 118 acres (ca. 48 hectares) beginning about half a mile north of the Merritt Parkway.

First Presbyterian Church of Stamford

The First Presbyterian Church of Stamford is a church in Stamford, Connecticut designed by architect Wallace K. Harrison. Nicknamed the Fish Church for its unusual shape, it is a unique example of modernist architecture, and an architectural landmark. Its 260-foot-tall Maguire Memorial Tower holds a 56-bell carillon.

Arts + Culture

The Glass House, National Trust for Historic Preservation

The Glass House, or Johnson house, is a historic house museum on Ponus Ridge Road in New Canaan, Connecticut built in 1948–49. It was designed by architect Philip Johnson as his own residence. It has been called his "signature work".

The Palace Theatre

The Palace Theatre, a 1,580-seat Thomas Lamb-designed vaudeville house, was acclaimed as “Connecticut’s Most Magnificent” when it opened in 1927. It was restored and re-opened in 1983 for live theatre, opera, dance, comedy, and concerts, plus art exhibitions in the Gallery.

Capitol Theater, Port Chester

The Capitol Theatre is a historic theatre located in the village of Port Chester, Westchester County, New York. It was designed by noted theater architect Thomas W. Lamb and built in 1926, and features a variety of live music concerts and events.