Finding Beadworks in Norwalk

Beadworks is in the heart of historic SoNo. VisitSoNo.com says it best, “Classic waterfront meets urban hip in an eclectic hub that is South Norwalk‚ĄĘs dining, shopping and entertainment center. A great place to live, visit and work, SoNo offers an amazing collection of independent restaurants, bars, shops, galleries and attractions.”

Driving Directions:

Beadworks is approximately half a mile from I-95 Exit 15 (Southbound) or Exit 14 (Northbound)

If you are coming on I-95 from the North: Take Exit 15. Stay to the right as the exit forks, following the sign for South Norwalk, Go left at the bottom of the exit ramp onto West Avenue. At the fifth traffic light, bear left onto North Main Street. At the third light(Under the railway trestle bridge), turn left onto Washington Street and go to the end of the block. We are located on the corner of Washington and Water Streets. If you cross the river, you have gone too far!

If you are coming on I-95 from the South: Take Exit 14. Turn right at the stop sign. At the traffic lights, bear left on to Washington Street and continue through two more sets of lights to the end of Washington Street. We are on the corner of Washington and Water Street.

From the Merritt Parkway or Route 7: Take route 7 South: At the end of Route 7, take the middle exit (South Norwalk). Go right at the light on to West Avenue. At the fourth light, bear left onto North Main Street. At the third light (Under the railway trestle bridge), turn left onto Washington Street and go to the end of the block. We are located on the corner of Washington and Water Streets.

SoNo Shopping and Dining

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Make a day of your visit to Beadworks by enjoying lunch at one of the fabulous restaurants in the area or explore the wonders at the Maritime Aquarium.

Parking :

There is abundant metered street parking as well as several paid lots just steps from our front door.

By Rail:

Beadworks is a five minute walk from the South Norwalk Train Station which is on Metro North’s New Haven Line. The train takes just one hour from New York’s Grand Central Station. Click here for Metro North timetables