Experience country living with an urban twist at Hyatt Regency Greenwich. Our historical hotel offers access to the city’s attractions that suit each unique preference: Relax on the area’s best beaches, explore local museums and monuments, tee up on neighboring golf courses, or take a short drive to experience the sights and sounds of New York City—the choice is all yours from our hotel's coveted location near Greenwich Avenue.
This modern museum is devoted to emerging and mid-career artists with works no more than five years old. The copper-roofed structure contains 12 galleries on two floors, and includes a screening room and performance spaces.
Originally the private home of a wealthy textile merchant in 1853, the Bruce Museum now offers fine and decorative art, natural history, and anthropology. Be sure to check out the Long Island Sound exhibit at The Seaside Center.
This historical 18th-century home used to serve as a boarding house for artists and writers. Listed as a National Historic Landmark, the Bush-Holley House exhibits American impressionist art, a recreated artist’s studio, antique furnishings, and lush recreational gardens for flocks of visitors.
Located in the Greenwich Public Library, this gallery offers six yearly exhibits featuring regional and national artists. Revel in magnificent glass works, brilliant photography, botanical prints, and children’s art.
With nearly 300 acres of pristine land, Babcock Preserve is a popular spot for recreational activities. Jog scenic paths, mountain bike the trails, hike through woodlands, or spend the winter months cross-country skiing through the preserve’s rolling terrain.
Picturesque Binney Park is a favorite location for holiday and wedding portraits. A popular destination for families and outdoor enthusiasts, this 32-acre park features an ice skating pond, well-tended grounds, and an elaborate children’s playground.
Covering 60 acres of pristine Greenwich landscapes, this outdoor park includes three tennis courts, a baseball diamond, lawn-bowling, a croquet court, a Perrier Par-Course fitness circuit, and an outdoor playground and gazebo.
The centerpiece of Norwalk’s revitalized SoNo district, this extensive aquarium allows visitors to interact with marine creatures and mammals, experience thrilling rides in a submarine simulator, and view captivating IMAX nature films.
This versatile ice skating facility features two NHL regulation-sized rinks, ideal for hockey, figure skating lessons, and free skate time. Other features include the Center Ice Bar and Grill, Hope Street Café, and equipment rental.
A short drive from Hyatt Regency Greenwich, this family theme park, otherwise known as Playland, features carnival rides, games, and roller coasters, and includes minigolfing and a number of restaurants.
Greenwich Avenue boasts a charming, small town feel, with a variety of shops for all interests. Pick up fresh seafood from the fish market, dine at an acclaimed French restaurant, or spruce up your wardrobe with a stop at upscale men’s and women's clothing stores.
Stamford Town Center
Located in neighboring Stamford, this mall features more than 100 upscale shops and restaurants. Pick out an outfit from Saks Fifth Avenue or Macy's, update your cookbook collection with a series from Williams-Sonoma, or stop for a delicious Mexican, Japanese, or Italian meal.