Chief among the many inspired features of DELAMAR Greenwich Harbor is our front-and-center location along the water, with our marina in Greenwich. We enjoy more than 500 feet of private dockage with accommodations for sail and motor yachts up to 180 feet. Guests arriving by watercraft can employ the services of full-time dock attendants; water service; and 100-amp electrical hookup. Guests that dock at our Greenwich, CT marina can also enjoy use of the hotel’s spa and fitness center, as well as 24-hour coffee service. Courtesy cars can be arranged for an additional fee.
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 Greenwich, CT attractions that make this such an exceptional destination:
- Griffith E. Harris Golf Course
This award-winning 18-hole public golf course in Greenwich, CT was built in 1964. It hosted a PGA event as well as the 2018 Metropolitan Golf Association Public Links Championship. The Griff is considered by Greenwich Magazine to be Greenwich’s “hidden gem.”
- Pound Ridge Golf Course
A state-of-the-art, 18-hole championship public golf course designed by famed architect, Pete Dye. With 14,000 feet of rock walls, trees, wetlands and water hazards, this course was ranked #2 in Golf Magazines list of “best new courses you can play.”
- Boat Charters
Our waterfront location with a private dock enables us to provide private charters for our guests to and from Manhattan or Long Island, as well as relaxing scenic cruises. Guests can experience boat cruises for groups of 2 to 6 guests on a variety of vessels for any occasion.
- Chelsea Piers*
An expansive complex including athletic fields, basketball, tennis, and squash courts, a rink and aquatic center. Lessons are available for people of all ages and camps are available for children.
- Greenwich Polo Club*
Established in 1981, the Greenwich Polo Club is one of the top polo venues world-wide. Purchase a ticket and come watch polo at its finest!
Parks & Nature Preserves
- Babcock Preserve
This preserve has trails perfect for hiking and horseback riding, and skiing in the winter. While you’re here, come see wildlife in its natural habitat.
- Binney Park
An amazing place for children and adults to have fun outdoors. This park has a tennis court, walking track, playground, and fields perfect for playing ball.
- Bruce Park
A great place to picnic, walk on trails, and play baseball, tennis, and croquet. This park has multiple open areas for children and adults to enjoy the outdoors and take in the scenic view of Long Island South.
- Montgomery Pinetum
The former estate of Colonel Robert Montgomery is a beautiful historic site and public park. Come marvel at the 102 acres of trails filled with striking trees, plants, and wildflowers.
- Rockefeller State Park Preserve
Whether you are looking to walk, ride or jog, the 45 miles of trails provide a serene atmosphere filled with diverse landscapes and historical features. The preserve is comprised of former estates of John D. Rockefeller and William Rockefeller.
- Roger Sherman Baldwin Park
An awesome place to picnic and practice your skateboard and inline skate moves! Come visit and enjoy the magnificent scenery this park has to offer.
- Sherwood Island State Park*
Connecticut’s first state park is one of the finest in the state. Enjoy the beach and a picnic lunch outdoors!
- Ward Pound Ridge Reservation*
This astonishing park, with 4,315 acres of land, is the largest in the county. Come visit and experience the stunning landscapes and trails. Outdoor enthusiasts can also enjoy activities such as fishing and cross-country skiing.
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, and sail boarding, sunbathing, swimming and picnicking.
- Greenwich Point (Tod’s Point)
- Byram Beach and Pool
- Island Beach (Little Captain’s Island)
- Great Captain Island
Shopping & Dining
- Diane’s Books of Greenwich
An independent bookstore that carries books to appeal to everyone! This is the only independent bookstore in Central Greenwich.
- Greenwich Avenue Shopping
Home to an abundance of high-end retail stores and some of America’s finest restaurants, Greenwich Avenue has become a popular shopping destination, often referred to as the “East Coast’s Rodeo Drive.”
- Beardsley Zoo
Connecticut’s only zoo has been home to many animals for over 90 years. The zoo helps preserve endangered animals and provides a wonderful viewing experience for students and families.
- Bush-Holley House*
Enjoy the opportunity to learn about the state’s first art colony. Visitors can stroll through the beautiful grounds and take a guided tour of the historical boarding house.
- Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Garden*
Started in 1965, this garden takes its name after its founder, Donald M. Kendall. Works of 20th century artists are on display throughout the beautiful landscape.
- Flinn Gallery*
Located on the second floor of the Greenwich Library, the gallery exhibits a wide range of art and has many different programs to engage the public. This non-profit gallery attracts approximately 10,000 visitors annually.
- Hudson River Museum*
This museum includes the Andrus Planetarium, Glenview Historic Home, and more. Visitors will enjoy the dynamic art, science, and history exhibits on view.
- Neuberger Museum of Art*
A museum dedicated to teaching and learning for children and adults alike. Founded in 1969, this museum has over 6,000 pieces of art for all to enjoy. With exhibitions of modern, contemporary, and African art, there is something for everyone!
- Putnam Cottage*
Originally built in the 17th century, this house is associated with General Israel Putnam. During the American Revolution, it was known as Knapp’s Tavern. Come check out the incredible history of this little house on Boston Post Road!
- The Bruce Museum*
A highly acclaimed natural history and science museum, the Bruce Museum has developed a diverse collection of approximately 15,000 objects of 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.
- The Glass House*
The Glass House, a National Trust Historic Site, is a 49-acre campus dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of modern architecture, landscape, and art, and is a canvas for inspiration and experimentation honoring the legacy of Philip Johnson. The Glass House is open April-November. Advance reservations are required.
- The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk*
Children and adults alike will get a thrill out of the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk. This aquarium is different from others as its focus is on the body of water which lies just outside its doors, Long Island Sound or the “Estuary of National Significance.”
- Greenwich Theatre Company*
Take a two minute stroll from Delamar to the new Greenwich Theatre Company, which offers a wide array of live theatre productions, including contemporary plays, classics, a New Works program, special events and opportunities for youth involvement throughout the year. GTC’s unique open-air loft space provides for innovative and exciting entertainment possibilities. Have dinner at l’escale, then head to a show right next door!
- The Capitol Theatre*
The newly restored historic theatre in nearby Port Chester, NY hosts top name musicians, comedians and more. If you are looking for a fun night of entertainment in the area, the Cap is not to be missed. Its in-house bar, Garcias, also features local talent nearly every night of the week.
- The Ridgefield Playhouse*
Located approximately 30 minutes from the Delamar, the Ridgefield Playhouse hosts a variety of entertainment events including concerts, plays, movies, and more. This beautifully restored venue is an ideal place to see your favorite acts!
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.