613 Riversville Road,
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Audubon Greenwich - the National Audubon Society's 285-acre sanctuary in Greenwich - opened in 1942 as Audubon's first environmental education center. Visitors can enjoy miles of trails, children's nature programs, and conservation-themed events throughout the year.
The theatre is bestowed with interior murals that were commissioned by a local artist, Oscar Glas. Those murals remain on display to this day and adorn the sidewalls of the main floor auditorium. Glas' murals evoke a sense of local history by paying homage to the early settlers and Native Americans of coastal Stamford.