- The list below includes 364 free or cheap things to do in or near Greenwich, Connecticut, including 122 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Skating Rinks and Movie Theaters.
- From Greenwich Point Park to Bruce Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Greenwich and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bronx, Flushing, Norwalk and Queens.
Blackstones Steakhouse 28 West Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, CT MoreLess Info
Prix fixe dinner with choice of prime, dry-aged steaks or fresh seafood, as well as appetizers, dessert, and wine in an elegant steakhouse
Grass Island Dog Park offers a spacious green grass field for dogs, both small breed and large, to run off-leash. The park also offers fresh water station, waste bag stations and shady trees for resting between runs.
Located in Greenwich, Connecticut, the Audubon Center is a wildlife preserve with a special emphasis on native birds. The Center offers many public programs and welcomes visitors. School field trips and other group excursions should be scheduled in advance.
Posh Greenwich Avenue offers Connecticut's finest shopping experience. The Avenue and surrounding streets are packed with designer clothing boutiques, antique shops, fine jewelry stores, art galleries, spas and world-class restaurants.
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404 Taconic Road, Greenwich, CT 06831 MoreLess Info
A wild animal reserve focused on sheltering and breeding at-risk species, the LEO Zoological Conservation Center is focused on sustainable conservation. The facility offers educational activities for visitors, but controls the number of human interactions with the animals.
One of Connecticutt's most popular museums is the Bruce Museum in Greenwich. This unusual institution offers a panoply of art, history and science exhibits. Its satellite marine life center is roughly seven miles from the main museum and is dedicated to marine ecology and preservation.