The Bruce Museum of Arts and Science
is a small institution in downtown Greenwich
with both art and science exhibition space. "The Bruce," as it's more familiarly known, has holdings of about 15,000 objects, including fine art, decorative art, natural history and anthropology.
A second location is maintained at Greenwich Point Park, focusing on beach-related exhibits, including a touch-tank. The museum also has a "Brucemobile" with exhibits in a traveling van. The museum hosts frequent lectures and social events.
Members total about 2,500, and over 400 volunteers contribute a total of more than 14,000 hours of their time each year. It has 32 full-time employees and nine more part-timers.
The Bruce's main building at 1 Museum Drive, sits on a hill in a downtown park, and its tower (not open to the public) can be easily seen by drivers passing by on Interstate 95
Exhibits at the museum change sixteen times a year, according to the museum,
The art collection has a strong emphasis on... Read More