The Greenwich Antiques Society stands out as a significant contributor to the cultural enrichment of both Fairfield County, CT and Westchester County, NY. At its monthly meetings, world-class scholars, museum curators and authors give lectures and seminars on a wide variety of subjects.

In the 2014-2015 season, we offer eight engaging lectures on the decorative and fine arts, as well as cultural history and architecture.

In addition, we offer enjoyable and educational day trips.

We meet from October to May on the first Monday of the month at 1:15 p.m. at the Bruce Museum, 1 Museum Drive, Greenwich, CT.  We encourage you to join with a contribution of $95 for an individual level membership, which covers the cost of the lectures (please click on Membership for information on other participation levels.) Non-member guests are charged a $20 fee per lecture. Refreshments are served following the talk, giving members and guests a chance to meet others who share an enthusiasm for the decorative and fine arts.


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The Greenwich Antiques Society was founded as a non-profit educational organization to promote the knowledge and appreciation of the decorative and fine arts.  To accomplish this goal, it provides lectures and seminars, an informative newsletter and enriching excursions to nearby museums, collections and historic houses and gardens.

The Blue Boy, Thomas Gainsborough c..1770

Huntington Library

Hall Settee, designed by William Kent for Devonshire House, London, 1733-1740