United States Address:
Route 22 at Jay Street
914 232 9555
914 232 3128
Katonah Museum Of Art
The Katonah Museum of Art, designed by Edward Larrabee Barnes, is a non-collecting institution dedicated to encouraging the enjoyment, appreciation and study of the visual arts by visitors of all ages. The KMA offers a series of changing exhibitions, active community outreach, and over 150 lectures, workshops, and concerts annually. The KMA has built a national reputation for excellence based on the quality of its exhibitions and innovative education programs that are enjoyed by over 40,000 individuals annually. In addition more than 100 regional elementary, middle and high schools bring their students to visit the Museum each year.
The Museumâ€™s five exhibition spaces include the Childrenâ€™s Learning Center, a rich visual and interactive space that offers hands-on activities, story hours, and workshops. The Learning Center is also the setting for changing exhibitions of illustrations from children's books. Eric Carle, William Wegman, Keith Haring, and Peter Sis are among the many award winning artists whose original work has been exhibited.
In 2005 Hudson Valley Magazine named KMA â€œBest Small Museum
Recent exhibitions include: Henri Matisse: A Celebration of French Poets & Poetry, I Ã¢â„¢Â¥ the Burbs, Richard Diebenkorn Prints, 1948-1993, and Eternal Presence: Handprints and Footprints in Buddhist Art.
Admission: 10 am â€“ 12 Noon: free; 12 â€“ 5 pm: admission $5, $3 for seniors and students;
Members and children under 12 free.
Museum Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10am to 5pm, Sunday 12 to 5pm, Closed Mondays
By Train: From Grand Central Terminal (Harlem Division of Metro North): The Katonah Museum of Art is located Â½ mile east of the Katonah railroad station. Taxi service is available.
By Car: Take Exit 6 off Interstate 684. Go east on Route 35. Take the first right onto Route 22 south. The Museum is located Â¼ mile on the left.
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Free Docent-Led Guided Tours: Tuesday through Saturday, 2:30 pm
Special Family Tours: Sunday, 2:30 pm
Tours are free with admission to the Museum