Saw an exhibit of Linda McCartney's photography. Very small, only a few rooms but elegant and not even a little crowded. A gem.
Make time for a visit to the Bruce, there are always 3-4 wonderful exhibits and always something for the kids. 1 1/2 hours is plenty of time and there is a very nice gift shop as well!
We always stop at the Bruce museum as we co through Ct and it never disappoints. This exhibit had wonderful drawings from Dr. Dorrance Kelly's collection that we just loved but the real stand out was the amazing works of Chuck Close in so may different mediums. Anyone could enjoy these even if they don't usually view art. There is... More
Excellent place to exhibit art work. Lovely set up to enjoy the amazing talent and make purchases supporting struggling Artists. Will not miss next year!
Lovely museum with interesting and versatile exhibitions and events! Love the shop and the friendly people working there! Definitely worth visiting, when in Greenwich, not only a rainy-weather alternative. Located in a beautiful park, perfect for a nice walk before or after your visit. Individual guests don´t pay admission on Thursdays! :)
Didn't care for the art nor the place, not worth purchasing a membership which I nearly did. The place is cold, has no real feel to it. The layout of the women's bathroom is a joke, felt like a labyrinth.
Nice collection of historical etchings strangely married with exhibits of preserved eggs, minerals, and crystals. Small - not much time needed for a visit.
Every time I visit, whether it be for an amazing exhibit, for their wonderful craft shows, for the screening of an amazing documentary, or even just to visit the gift shop, my experience here has been one of inclusiveness and community, something not easily found in Greenwich, CT, where the captains of industry who couldn't care less about anyone else... More
If you like puns and know just a tad about art history, then the collection of oil paintings and sketches by Kathleen Gilje will delight you. She paints duplicates of historically significant pieces of art, but then adds her own comment (frequently from a biting feminist perspective) via changes in details or the face of the portrait to force the... More
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