Arts & Culture Getaway at The Lloyd

Closely tied to the Big Apple and boasting its own homegrown artistic heritage, the Gold Coast of Connecticut’s a fabulous place for art lovers and antique enthusiasts alike. If your predilections lie along that line, why not treat yourself to a gallery-hopping getaway here with a suitably snazzy home base at The Lloyd in Stamford?

Our boutique hotel makes the ideal jumping-off point for arts-and-culture forays here in the city and beyond. Here we’ll round up just some of the galleries and antique showrooms within easy reach of your Lloyd guest room or suite.

Visit Regional Art Galleries During a Stamford Stay at The Lloyd

You’re spoiled for choices when it comes to art galleries and dealers in convenient day-tripping proximity of your boutique Stamford accommodations with us.

Five galleries, for example, come incorporated into the Silvermine Arts Center (1037 Silvermine Rd, New Canaan, CT), which also includes an art school and the Silvermine Guild of Artists—a historic collective reflecting the Silvermine area’s roots as an artist colony dating back to the early 20th century.

Greenwich includes a host of top-quality, nationally known galleries. They include the C. Parker Gallery (409 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich, CT), boasting works by everyone from Andy Warhol and Robert Rauschenburg to Holly Manneck and Susanne Scarborough. Isabella Garrucho of Art Service International fame and her son Alex Trimper established Isabella Garrucho (40 West Putnam Ave, Greenwich, CT), which represents more than 50 artists from around the world.

Then there’s the Samuel Owen Gallery (382 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich, CT), which also maintains locations on Nantucket as well as down in Palm Beach, Florida. Opened in 2004, the gallery showcases a rich roster of artists and some exceptional hand-crafted frames.

Antiquing Around Stamford

Meanwhile, if you’re seeking the perfect vintage furnishing for back home or a few new collector’s treasures, consider the many fine antique emporia at your fingertips as a Lloyd guest. The Antique And Artisan Gallery (69 Jefferson St, Stamford, CT), for example, tempts with a trove of items under the expert curation of owners Bruce Wylie and Mari Ann Maher, both with deep connections to the New York City antiques industry.

Some 26,000 square feet and a full four stories of pieces hailing from the 17th to 20th centuries await you at Hamptons Antique Galleries (441 Canal St, Stamford, CT), established in 2005 by Jacqueline Graber and Micahel Rufino. At The Collective (50 John St, Stamford, CT), you’ll find a similarly top-tier selection. Stamford Modern (53 Pacific St, Stamford, CT), meanwhile, features an exceptional array of Mid-century Modern furniture, from writing desks and coffee tables to cabinets, mirrors, and light fixtures.

Art & Antiques While Enjoying The Lloyd’s Unexcelled Hospitality

Whether you’re actively in the market or just keen on some hardcore browsing, explore the greater Stamford area’s ample lineup of art and antique galleries on an escape to The Lloyd!