map of greenwich, CT, neighborhoods

You already know that Greenwich is a great place to visit.


But you really want to make the most of your time here.


That’s why there’s nothing like a handy, easy-to-read map to help you navigate all the places that make Greenwich unique.


In fact, one of the biggest complaints travelers to Greenwich have is after they get back home and realize all the places they DIDN’T end up visiting on their trip.


As simple as it seems, an accurate map can make all the difference. A good map is like having a personal concierge or tour guide with you all the time. It will show you all the best places to go and providing you with the easiest way to get there.


Download Your Free Copy of the Official Greenwich, CT, Map

The Right Map Can Make Your Trip to Greenwich Even More Enjoyable


The Civil War memorial statue in downtown GreenwichThe thing about visiting unique and memorable places is that you want to take in everything they have to offer, but time is always a factor. Experiencing Greenwich on your own terms means being aware of the places you want to visit and being able to get to them as effortlessly as possible.


Our detailed map of Greenwich, CT will:


  • Help you get around town with the easiest routes
  • Make sure you don’t get lost
  • Allow you to take in everything you want to experience and not miss out
  • Help you organize your trip and group your outings for better planning

So, What’s on Our Map of Greenwich?


Our map will help you create a memorable Greenwich experience that allows you to tap into several of your interests while hitting all the local landmarks that tourists typically want to see. 


Shopping in Greenwich, CT


Whether it’s a trendy clothing store or a modern shopping mall, Greenwich can meet all your shopping needs. On our map, you’ll find shopping destinations like:


  • Pinky of Greenwich
  • Out of the Box
  • Sophia’s Costume Rentals
  • Back 40 Mercantile


Outdoor Attractions in Greenwich, CT


If enjoying the great outdoors makes your heart sing, you’ll love local attractions like:


  • Greenwich Audubon Center
  • Binney Park
  • Bruce Park
  • Byram Park
  • Roger Sherman Baldwin Park
  • Montgomery Pinetum
  • Greenwich Point Park




The right place to stay is about more than just finding someplace to lay your head at night. Here are a few that are outlined on our map of Greenwich:


  • Stanton House Inn
  • Delamar Hotel
  • J House Hotel
  • Hyatt Regency



Places to Eat in Greenwich


No trip is complete without sampling the local cuisine, and our map includes several of the hottest eateries in Greenwich, including:


  • Pasta Vera Restaurants
  • The Ginger Man Restaurant
  • By the Way Bakery
  • Beach House Café
  • Meli-Melo Restaurant


Explore the History of Greenwich, CT


Like many towns in Connecticut, Greenwich has a rich history that needs to be explored if you are going to get the full experience. Some notable places on our Greenwich map include:


  • Innis Arden Cottage
  • Greenwich Town Hall
  • Round Hill Country Club
  • Great Captain’s Island Lighthouse
  • Putnam Cottage
  • Bush-Holley House
  • Bruce Museum


Arts, Culture and More


Museums, churches, libraries and other points of interest in the Greenwich area are all included on our map. Here are some you’ll want to consider:



  • Junior League of Greenwich
  • Saint Mary’s Church
  • Burning Tree Country Club
  • Greenwich Country Club
  • Tarry Market
  • Greenwich Library
  • McArdle’s Florist
  • The Polo Fields at Conyers Farm
  • Greenwich YWCA
  • Greenwich YMCA
  • General Israel Putnam Statue
  • The Greenwich Neighborhood Train Stations
  • Sam Bridge Nursery
  • Indian Harbor Yacht Club
  • First Presbyterian Church
  • Christ Church
  • Second Congregational Church


You’ll also get a detailed map of downtown Greenwich, CT and the following neighborhoods:


  • Old Greenwich
  • Riverside
  • Cos Cob
  • Glenville
  • Byram
  • Belle Haven



Make the most of your next trip to Greenwich and grab our free map today!

Map design by Stanton House Inn using resources from


Updated and republished: May 12, 2022