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Florence Griswold Museum

Florence Griswold Museum




Situated along the picturesque Lieutenant River in Old Lyme, Connecticut, the Florence Griswold Museum embodies the artistic spirit of its legacy as the home of the Lyme Art Colony. From the impressive Georgian architecture of the home of namesake Florence Griswold, to the light-filled and modern spaces of the Krieble Gallery, to the rolling landscape of our 12-acre site, the Florence Griswold is a truly special place that is privileged to serve as the home of American Impressionism.

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The collections of the Florence Griswold Museum span the history of American art from the 18th century to the present day with a focus on the art and culture of Connecticut.


A yellow mansion with green shutters is framed by blue sky, green trees, and purple lilacs in bloom.
A white and silver modern art gallery building is framed by a sunset, a tree with orange leaves, and a barn.
A historic dining room with painted wall panels, long dining table surrounded by chairs, candlesticks and decor on the table
A boardwalk snakes through the riverfront grounds of the Florence Griswold Museum, surrounded by leafy trees and native plant
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