GREENWICH, Conn. (CBSNewYork) – The Bruce Museum in Greenwich offers a great collection of art just a short drive from Midtown Manhattan.
The Bruce, located right off I-95 in Greenwich, has been voted the Best Museum in Fairfield County for the grand arrangement of its magnificent collections. Several exhibits are always on display.
WCBS 880 Connecticut Bureau Chief Fran Schneidau visited the museum for the latest installment of the One Tank Trips series.
“We have about 14, 16, exhibitions that we do each year so that there’s always something new. And if you don’t come every month, you miss something,” museum director Peter Sutton told Schneidau.
Sutton said one of the exhibitions features old master prints from a local collector.
“Greenwich is very fortunate to be the center for the largest concentration of private collections probably on the planet for any burb of 60,000 inhabitants. We have – I mean, you go practically from door to door and you will find amazing collections behind the doors,” said Sutton
The museum rotates the local collectors’ art, photograph collections and works from local artists.
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