Greenwich Preservation Trust

Preserving Our Past For The Future

  • Upper Greenwich AveAs it was - Circa 1890

  • Upper Greenwich Ave.As it is today

  • Stoneybrook EventHistoric Stoneybrook was the spectacular setting for the Greenwich Preservation Trust's Kickoff to the National Preservation Month.

  • As it is.The oldest unaltered Colonial House in Greenwich.

  • As it was . . .The Thomas Lyon House, relatively unchanged since it was built circa 1695.

Become a Member

The mission of the Greenwich Preservation Trust is to educate and advocate for the preservation of our historic and cultural resources through preservation projects, and developing preservation incentives in planning land use policy and regulations.

We invite you to learn more about becoming a member.


The Lyon House

The Thomas Lyon House, the oldest unaltered colonial house in Greenwich was in danger of demolition.

Bethal AME Church

The Bethal AME Church, the first African American Church in Greenwich.

Central Greenwich Fire House

Designed in 1937 by Joesph Bailey, it was the only Art Deco civic building in the Town of Greenwich.