Audubon Greenwich


At Audubon Greenwich, accessibility and inclusion are of utmost importance to us.  We embrace the diversity of all wildlife and people.  To help plan your visit, please call or email us so that we may assist you.


Audubon Greenwich offers accessible trails surrounded by beautiful habitats including a rain garden, orchard, pond, woodland, and fields.  We also offer   accessible restrooms, an elevator, and accessible parking.  We have a  wheelchair and a motorized scooter that can be borrowed as well.  Please call us in advance to reserve them for your visit.


We warmly welcome everyone to join us for our events held throughout the year such as our Halloween Weekend, Fall Festival, and our World Migratory Bird Day Breakfast.  For all of these events, many components are held in accessible settings.

To learn more about events and programs at Audubon Greenwich, please click here.


We warmly welcome everyone to join us for our public programs, such as  Firefly Night and Turtle Time.  These programs are often held in accessible  settings, and we’re happy to help provide additional accommodations where we can.  Please call us ahead of time to discuss how we can support you.

 For specialized offerings, we will host programs that highlight sensory experiences in nature throughout the year.  Stay tuned for our Sensory Saturdays, which we will begin offering soon.  From 10 am – 12 pm on Sensory Saturdays, visitors will enjoy arts and crafts and meeting live animals.  They will also experience soothing nature films and sounds, and interesting natural artifacts and curiosities.  Please RSVP in advance.

Contact Person

Caroline Bailey, Center Assistant | 203.930.1351


613 Riversville Road

Greenwich, Connecticut 06831