The Greenwich Historic District is a historic district located in the Greenwich section of Greenwich Township in Cumberland County, New Jersey, United States. It extends from the Cohansey River north toward the neighboring settlement of Othello. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 20, 1972, for its significance in agriculture, architecture, commerce, and politics. It includes 19 contributing buildings, many documented by the Historic American Buildings Survey.
Greenwich Township is a Delaware Bay community covering almost 19 square miles.The region provides some of the best bird-watching on the East Coast and there are year‐round opportunities to view bald eagles and other wildlife. The Township, and the entire region, is rich in history as well as natural beauty. Two marinas offer water access to the Cohansey River and the Delaware Bay. A seasonal riverside restaurant at Hancock’s Harbor offers visitors dining possibilities. Neighboring Hopewell Township and the City of Bridgeton offer numerous other restaurants, supermarkets, shopping, tourism sites and other amenities for those coming to explore all of the sites and natural attractions of the Township.
Ye Greate Street, the “Main Street” of Greenwich, is wide and offers plenty of free parking. Visitors can easily walk to the Historic Gibbon House, the Cumberland County Prehistorical Museum, the Teaburner Monument and other historic sites.