Greenwich Audubon Center offers accessible trails surrounded by beautiful habitats—including a rain garden, orchard, pond, woodland, and fields. We also offer accessible parking, restrooms, and an elevator at our center. 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 public programs. These programs are often held in accessible settings, and we’re happy to help provide additional accommodations where we can.
Visit our events calendar to find offerings dedicated to sensory experiences throughout the year, many of which allow visitors to enjoy arts, crafts, and meeting live animals. Additional sensory programs also engage visitors to experience soothing nature films and sounds, and interesting natural artifacts and curiosities.
If you plan to attend our programs, please call us to RSVP in advance and to discuss how we can support you.
We're here to assist you with your accessibility needs during your visit to Greenwich Audubon Center. Please contact Caroline Bailey at 203-930-1351 or Caroline.Bailey@audubon.org with questions, to make reservations, and for further assistance.
Looking for more accessibility opportunities in Fairfield County, Connecticut? Visit the Accessibility for All website.