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Explore Art and Science at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut.The Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm and Sunday from 1 pm to 5 pm; closed Mondays and major holidays. Closing at 3 pm the eve before Christmas and New...more
We have not been to the Bruce Museum in years, having moved out of state decades ago, but were looking for something to do while on a recent visit to the area. There were two excellent exhibits, one of works by Hass, and one of...More
What a lovely museum. The size is perfect for those with little ones. We saw the National Geographic Animal Portrait instillation. It was beautiful. The gift shop is delightful and the museum staff was top notch.
This museum is small but lovingly tend to by the foundation. Fixed exhibits are local natural history and well done. There are also several short term exhibits. WE saw wild bees, WW 1 posters and a national geographic photos of endangered species. Also the gift...More
We have visited Greenwich many times , just happened upon the museum on a drive through the harbour front. . The museum located the top of a hill , medium size and seemed renovated. Admission 10 is reasonable. , Saturday afternoon , moderately crowded ....More
The Bruce has a section on gems and history of the area which gives a great background to Greenwich. There were 2 exhibitions-one of posters of WW1 which they organized well for viewing. The other was Hot Art in a Cold War focusing on Russian...More
Living in Southern Westchester for 30+ years, it is surprising I hadn't made the trip to the Bruce Museum. I am definitely glad I did! The current exhibition (I believe) features superb quality US propaganda posters from WWI and a rare glimpse into Soviet artifacts...More
I have visited here many times and it always has some great exhibitions. Toulouse Lautrec was fabulous and the mineral collection is a stand out. Robotics and the Space sow wer among my favorites, but there is always something of interest.
We recently took a train from NYC to visit the Toulouse Lautrec exhibit at the Bruce Museum. It was an easy train ride from Grand Central and a short walk from the station in Greenwich to the museum. I was pleasantly surprised by the museum...More