View sculptures by acclaimed artists Mark di Suvero, Alexander Calder, Louise Nevelson, and Isamu Noguchi as you walk through the open-air museum at Storm King Art Center. This more than 202 hectare (500 acre) sculpture park features over 100 sculptures, including a number of specially commissioned works. Admission fees include parking and access to a tram tour that stops at specific locations and runs frequently. Rent a bike to explore the park on your own, or bring a blanket and snacks to enjoy a picnic on the rolling hills. Public transportation from the city runs frequently. Take a look at our New Windsor trip planner to schedule your visit to Storm King Art Center and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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Storm King Art Center Reviews
pazitgOctober 4, 2017
This is great place to be in nature and to get kids and adults to enjoy nature and arts and the combination between them. The ticket is a bit expensive but you can do from it day trip and do some picn... more »
Richard EOctober 4, 2017
Basically a quite large green space, with Rolling Meadows, forested Hills, several picnic areas, and so on. Giant outdoor sculptures dot the landscape, along with smaller ones set in clusters. The fee... more »
Rab TSeptember 29, 2017
If this isn’t the finest large-scale outdoor sculpture gallery in the world, I do not know what is. Make sure to take a picnic basket. more »
Rajsekhar KollaJuly 7, 2017
This is a really interesting and not well known place in New York. From the first time I’ve seen this place in season 2 of ‘Master of None’, I really wanted to visit. This place offers a different experience compared to any other art gallery or museum. It has something for everyone. You can see some really cool exhibits like ‘Mirror Fence’, ‘Suspended’ and ‘Three Legged Buddha’ etc. with casual hiking around the park or setup a nice picnic. The facility is really big. It’s easy to get exhausted if you try to cover all the exhibits in a single visit. If you are able to get the spots, make use of the tram. It’s the quickest way to get around the park.
Marie GilbertJune 25, 2017
On a recent 2 week stay in NYC, during which temps were hellish, we decided to head for the hills in search of relief from the heat...And since we'd heard about Storm King on a TV show, decided to take the scenic drive along the Palisades, overlooking the Hudson River...simply amazing views...THEN, we arrived at Storm King and WOW!!!! What a truly mind-blowing experience it is--hundreds of acres of rolling hills, expansive lawns and unbelievable (huge!) art sculptures strategically placed throughout....there's even a LANDSCAPE sculpture by Maya Lin! You can rent bikes & ride the trails or (as we did) walk & gawk....This is truly a must-do for anyone looking for a unique way to spend a day...
Sharmistha DattaJune 18, 2017
It is an enormous place. I liked how well they have maintained the place. It's absolutely commendable considering the size of the place. It would have been great if there was more information about the art displayed there as in some Background of the artists or the significance of the items on display (if any).. The lack of signs around the place can make one feel lost but then i guess thats the point of the place - to be lost in the environment.. It was great overall..
Jason NickelJune 20, 2017
Aside from being a featured date in Master of None Season 2 (so I'm told, anyway) Storm King is a really neat outdoor museum about an hour north of the city. You'll look up everything on their site, so here are a couple pro-tips: 1. If you can park at the visitor center do that. It's centrally located. 2. If not, take a right to the east lot. You'll have a bit more walking up front, but it's the first stop on the tram when you leave. 3. Suggest going to the North woods first on foot then consider a picnic or lunch at the outdoor cafe. 4. Plan to spend around 4 hours to walk the whole thing
Willliam CummingMarch 13, 2017
Absolutely the most beautiful spot in New York State. This is truly a hidden gem. You can see fantastic modern metals sculptures among beautiful rolling meadows as you pass by on the Thruway, but would have no idea how to find it on a little country road in Cornwall. Search it out. You won't be disappointed. Admission is a little pricey but you can stay all day, ride the tram for free to view the extensive grounds and sculptures or hike them on gentle trails. Bring a picnic lunch but not your pet (boo!), You can rent a bike, but it would be better if you could bring your own. Get a family pass if you live nearby as there are events throughout the year.
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