Whether you have booked reserved seating for the show or are planning to stake out seats at 4, we highly encourage you to arrive early in order to explore Pinkney Park and local activities in Rowayton!

In the Park

We encourage picnicking and exploring the beautiful Pinkney Park where our production is set. Discover hidden gardens, picturesque waterfront views, and explore the Seaside Delights shop run by the Rowayton Historical Society!

Local cafe Brendan's 101 runs a concession stand located at the front of the park, selling sandwiches, ice cream, and other snacks and goodies. Be sure to visit if you're hungry in the park! They open at 5:30 every show night and are also open during intermission.

Shakespeare on the Sound also offers fun educational opportunities for children, including a half-hour pre-show and an education tent before every show. Please visit our "For Kids in the Park" page for more information!

Local Activities

Visiting Rowayton? Welcome to our town. There's plenty to do here to round out your visit to Shakespeare on the Sound - everything from pre-show kayaking to local museums to our Friday afternoon farmers' markets. Within walking distance from Pinkney Park are also excellent local restaurants and shops in downtown Rowayton! Feel free to explore! 

In Rowayton:

Rowayton Farmers' Market, Fridays from 12pm-5pm - chosen as one of the 10 Best Farmers' Markets in America!
Downunder Kayaking
Information Center of Rowayton
Rowayton Arts Center
Rowayton Civic Association
Rowayton Library

Elsewhere in Norwalk:

Lockwood Mathews Mansion Museum   
The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk
Stepping Stones Museum for Children
The Center for Contemporary Printmaking
Norwalk Symphony Orchestra