The recently reimagined campus at the Greenwich Historical Society relays the national significance of this pivotal New York City suburb and Gateway to New England. The new campus features a nationally accredited museum, library and archives, café, store, and restored Impressionist-era gardens. The campus is home to the circa 1730 National Historic Landmark Bush-Holley House, which gained recognition as one of the earliest American Impressionist art colonies. The Bush-Holley House features two time periods — 1790-1825, when the house was owned by a wealthy, local merchant; and its later life as a boarding house and home to the Cos Cob art colony (1890-1920). Eight rooms feature art and furnishings from these periods, including works by American Impressionist artists Childe Hassam, John Henry Twachtman and Elmer MacRae. The Storehouse Gallery features changing exhibitions and a museum shop.

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