Bruce Museum of Arts and Science
The history of this museum dates back to 1908, when Robert Moffat Bruce donated his mansion to the leaders of Greenwich to be used as a history, science, and art museum. The museum opened with its first exhibit at the Bruce mansion four years later. Today, the Bruce Museum of Arts and Science offers a number of exhibits dedicated to archaeology, natural history, art, and the history of Native American tribes and early inhabitants of the city of Greenwich and surrounding communities.
Backstory and Context