The Lyme-Old Lyme Chamber of Commerce welcomes you to our Lymes. Whether you are here for a season, a weekend or an afternoon you will find plenty to keep you busy.

Visit the Florence Griswold Museum, Lyme Art Association, Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts or one of our local galleries for exhibitions of American impressionists and contemporary artists. Explore our shops to purchase necessities for yourself and treasures for yourself and others: handcrafts, collectibles, jewelry, chocolates and so much more. Dine at one of our award-winning restaurants. Pick up lunch or a snack and picnic by the river or on the beach. Spend the night at one of our famous inns.

Here you can meander down a quiet lane or launch your canoe or kayak and glide through the waters of our rivers and lakes. We may tell you to take a hike – but we’ll mean it literally, as we have trails and walking paths to suit even the littlest feet.

You may have read about us in mysteries written by David Handler (Dorset) or novels by summer resident Luanne Rice (Hubbard’s Point and Black Hall). If you have, it should come as no surprise that Presidents, Governors, and Senators are among those who have called us home. If you listen carefully when you walk our streets, you may hear the voices of the sea captains who once called our shores home. If you look closely, you’ll see what continues to draw world famous artists to our fields and riverbanks.

We invite you to visit us to make your own memories and discover for yourself what makes us special.

In the Spotlight

Lyme – Old Lyme Chamber St. Patrick’s Day Dinner at the Black Hall Grille

    Wednesday, March 16th 6pm to 9pm Black Hall Grille, Old Lyme Buffet dinner $25 House-Brined Corned Beef with Boiled Cabbage, Carrots, Potatoes, & Irish SodaBread Shrimp & Crab Stuffed Sole with Lemon-Wine-Butter Sauce, Steamed Heirloom Carrots and Snap … [Read more]