Gateway to New England" is conveniently located 28 miles from
mid-town Manhattan, yet presents a panorama of natural beauty and
picturesque charms. It encompasses all aspects of country living,
from its waterfront coastline dotted with sailboats, through
mid-country sprinkled with protected conservation land and riding
trails, to back countrys rolling hills studded with polo
fields and horse farms. Greenwich, on Long Island Sound in
Fairfield County is home to many estates, country clubs and golf
Area attractions include
The Bruce Museum, Stamford Museum & Nature Center, Loughlin
Park, Mianus River Park, Pemberwick Park, and Greenwich Avenue,
the "Rodeo Drive of the Northeast."
The town has four beaches
on Long Island Sound which are Greenwich Point (often referred to
as Tod's Point), Byram Beach, Island Beach and Captain's Island.
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