Almost 300 years of local history on site, including a glimpse into the little known history of slavery in Connecticut. There is also a small gallery with permanent and rotating exhibitions. The grounds are well maintained, parking is free, and the $10 admission included a docent guided tour.
Take a guided tour and learn about the artist's colony. The buildings and house are very well-kept and give a good feel for historical activities that took place in this little corner of Greenwich.
A great place to visit if you're in the area. The house had 2 notable families, the Bushes (1750ish-1850ish) and the Holleys (1875ish-1950ish), and half the house is decorated for each family. Our docent-led tour had 7 people, including the 2 of us. Even though it was a weekday afternoon, someone brought along a 5 year old child, who was... 更多
My family and I have visited the Bush-Holley House a few times now for both their rotating exhibitions presented by the Greenwich Historical Society as well as their standing collection of outstanding artwork in the house proper. Their docents are very knowledgeable and interesting and make the home come alive for the visitor. The rotating exhibitions are very detailed about... 更多
This was my first time at the Bush-Holley House, in Cos Cob, and in the state of Connecticut. I spent... 更多
On the bank of the Mianus River outlet to The Long Island Sound stands this Colonial House built in 1930,... 更多