The Bruce Museum Seaside Center
The Seaside Center is a beachside environmental education center located in Greenwich Point Park, Old Greenwich, about 6 1/2 miles from the main Bruce Museum in Greenwich. Located in the Floren Family Environmental Center at Innis Arden Cottage, Greenwich Point Park, Old Greenwich, CT
Seaside Center Summer Volunteers Positions
Looking for a volunteer position this summer? High School Students, learn about the ecology of the Long Island Sound and share your knowledge with visitors. The Seaside Center is always looking for volunteers throughout the summer months to help coordinate and supervise programming and activities at Bruce Museum’s Seaside Center at Greenwich Point.
For more information regarding volunteer opportunities specifically for youth, contact Mary Ann Lendenmann, Volunteer Program Manager, by Phone: at 203-413-6746, or email at Seaside Center Volunteers.
The Seaside Center is generously supported in part by Bruce Contemporaries.
There is no admission fee for the Seaside Center. However, from May through October, both residents and non-residents need a beach pass to enter Greenwich Point Park, where the Seaside Center is located.
Click here to learn more about obtaining a beach pass or single-entry pass for 2023.
Where else you can find us online:
Directions to the Seaside Center on Greenwich Point
Fred Elser First Sunday Science at the Seaside Center
Seaside Center Videos
Videos featuring your favorite Seaside Center places and creatures
The Bruce Museum Seaside Center at Greenwich Point Park is a public educational facility focused on the ecology of Long Island Sound and its environmental challenges. Funding supports exhibits, education, and research programs. If you would like to contribute to the Bruce Museum's Seaside Center, please contact Whitney Lucas Rosenberg at 203-413-6765 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can contribute securely online here.