Greenwich, Connecticut offers an endless supply of attractions, activities and events for visitors of every type -- families, couples, corporate travelers and groups. During your stay at the Delamar, may we suggest a few of the local attractions that make Greenwich such an exceptional destination:
Greenwich has several beaches that are open year-round. The beaches attract many local residents and offer visitors a wonderful setting for jogging, walking, cycling, nature study, boating, fishing, sail boarding, sunbathing, swimming and picnicking. During the summer season Delamar provides beach towels and can arrange for beach passes for our guests.
- Greenwich Point (Tod's Point)
- Byram Beach and Pool
- Island Beach (Little Captain's Island)
- Great Captain Island
Greenwich Avenue Shopping
Home to many high end luxury retail stores and some of New England's finest restaurants, Greenwich Avenue has become a popular shopping destination, often referred to as the "East Coast's Rodeo Drive."
Our waterfront location with an accompanying private dock enables us to arrange private charters for our guests for transportation to and from Manhattan or Long Island, or for a beautiful scenic cruise. Our charters can accommodate from 2 to 100 guests. Reservations can be arranged through our dock attendants or Concierge.
Pound Ridge Golf Course
The Pound Ridge Golf Course is a state-of-the-art, 18-hole championship golf course designed by famed architect, Pete Dye. With 14,000 feet of rock walls, surround trees, wetlands and water hazards, this course was ranked #2 in Golf Magazines list of "best new courses you can play".
The Bruce Museum
A highly acclaimed Natural History and Science Museum, the Bruce Museum has developed a diverse collection of approximately 15,000 objects in fine and decorative art, natural history and anthropology. The Museum often selects items from collectors to complement its long and short-term exhibits. The Bruce Museum is an exciting attraction within walking distance of the Delamar.
Westchester and White Plains NY are located just minutes from Greenwich, CT to the west. Part of Westchester County, these charming towns offer myriad cultural attractions including the Hudson River Museum, comprised of six art galleries, the Andrus Planetarium, and the historic house museum, the Glenview Mansion. In addition, Westchester County is home to the stunning 4315-acre Ward Pound Ridge Reservation and the Rockefeller State Park Preserve.
These are just a few of the experiences you can enjoy during your stay with us at the Delamar. For more suggestions, please feel free to contact our Concierge, who can assist you during your stay.