- TripBuzz found 378 things to do with kids in or near Greenwich, Connecticut, including 366 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bronx, Flushing, Norwalk and Queens.
- From Greenwich Skating Club to Magic Touch Fishing, Inc., the Greenwich area offers 117 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Skating Rinks and Movie Theaters.
- Located in the southernmost and westernmost corner of Connecticut lies the city of Greenwich. The city is home to a community sailing center, as well as four beaches on Long Island Sound. The arts, music and film culture scene is popular, hosting various film and arts festivals throughout the year.
With skate sessions available for the public, SoNo Ice House has an ice rink and training facility for hockey and figure skating. The studio rink hosts clinics and private lessons to help visitors improve their hockey stick handling skills.
The preserve at Garvies Point Museum & Preserve is 62 acres and includes 5 miles of marked trails, 60 species of trees and 140 species of birds. The museum features cultural and geological exhibits and contains a gift shop.
Built on the site of a vintage railroad switching station, the SoNo Switch Tower Museum is located in Norwalk, Connecticut. It features indoor and outdoor exhibits. Admission and parking are free, but donations are cheerfully received.
With exhibits featuring the City of Norwalk, Norwalk Museum contains maps, photographs, pottery, letters, manuscripts, signs and a library of over 500 books. The museum offers tours as well as educational programs and lectures.
Featuring full digital projection and sound, Crown Sono Regent is a local movie theater showing the latest Hollywood released films to its guests. Other theater amenities include concessions options, assisted listening devices, and theater rentals.
The VIP Beach & Tennis Club is a country club that offers amenities including a beach bar, outdoor buffets, a poolside barbeque, and a cafe. Sporting activities that are supported by the club include tennis, basketball, and shuffleboard.
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Norwalk's Sheffield Island Lighthouse & Nature Trail is preserved and managed by the Sheffield Seaport Association. The lighthouse, which closed in 1902, is available for advance tours and must be accessed via boat.
Adirondack Exposure - Day Tours offers a wide variety of guided tour packages for adventurous guests. Tours range from kayak expeditions to backpacking trips. The staff also leads both kayak fishing and fly fishing tours.
Operated by the Norwalk Seaport Association, the Bird Watching Cruise uses a 45-foot C.J. Toth Quest catamaran to give participants an up close look at local bird life. The two hour cruise of the Norwalk Islands offers viewings of herons, egrets, gulls, and ospreys.