United States

Old Pleasant Hill Road
Phone: 845-534-3115

Storm King Art Center

Storm King Art Center is a museum that celebrates the relationship between sculpture and nature. Five hundred acres of landscaped lawns, fields and woodlands provide the site for postwar sculptures by internationally renowned artists. At Storm King, the exhibition space is defined by sky and land. Unencumbered by walls, the subtly created flow of space is punctuated by modern sculpture. The grounds are surrounded by the undulating profiles of the Hudson Highlands, a dramatic panorama integral to the viewing experience. The sculptures are affected by changes in light and weather, so no two visits are the same.

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Permanent Collection

The focus of Storm King Art Center's distinguished permanent collection of American and European modern sculpture is on large abstract welded steel works from the 1960's to the present, although figurative works are also on view. A core group of thirteen sculptures by David Smith anchor a collection of outstanding works by modern masters such as Alexander Calder, Henry Moore, and Louise Nevelson. The Art Center also has superb works by many other contemporary sculptors, including Magdalena Abakanowicz, Alice Aycock, Mark di Suvero, Robert Grosvenor, Nam June Paik, and Ursula von Rydingsvard.


Louise Bourgeois (May 16 - Nov. 15, 2007)
Deborah Masters (June 1 - Nov. 15, 2007)

Previous Exhibitions

Richard Bellamy and Mark di Suvero (2005-2006)
Chakaia Booker at the Storm King Art Center (2004)
Chakaia Booker and Peter Lundberg Loan Exhibition (2003)
Grand Intuitions: Calder’s Monumental Sculpture (2001-2003)
Andy Goldsworthy at Storm King Art Center (2000)


Adults $10.00
Senior Citizens (65 and older) $9.00
College Students (with valid id) $9.00
Students (K-12) $7.00
Children under 5 Free
Members Free

Opening hours

November 16, 2006 - March 31,2007 CLOSED

April 1, 2007 – November 3, 2007 11:00am – 5:30pm
Wednesday thru Sunday
CLOSED Monday and Tuesday

November 4, 2007 – November 15, 2007 11:00am – 5:00pm
Wednesday thru Sunday
CLOSED Monday and Tuesday

Saturdays, May 26, 2007 – September 1, 2007, the grounds will remain open until 8:00pm, regular admission fees apply.

Getting there

Driving Directions: Driving time is about one hour from the George Washington Bridge, New York City.

From New York City: Palisades Interstate Parkway north to the Bear Mountain traffic circle; take Route 9W north 11 miles to Quaker Avenue exit. Left off exit onto Route 107 to light. Right on Route 32, left after green bridge, follow the blue & white signs)

(Alternate Route) New York State Thruway (I-87) north to Exit 16 (Harriman/Monroe); turn right on Route 32 for 10 miles, left after the green bridge onto Orrs Mills Road. Follow our blue & white signs to Storm King Art Center on Old Pleasant Hill Road.

From New Jersey: North on the Garden State Parkway to the New York State Thruway (I-87) north. Proceed as above.

From Lower Westchester: West on I-287 to I-87, crossing Tappan Zee Bridge. West/North on I-87. *Proceed as above.

From Upstate New York: New York State Thruway (I-87) south to Exit 17 (Newburgh). East on Route 17K to center of Newburgh. South on Route 32 for 5 miles. Follow the blue & white signs.

From Upper Westchester, Putnam & Dutchess County, and Connecticut: West on I-84 across Newburgh-Beacon Bridge. Exit 10S. South on Route 32 for 7 miles, follow the Blue & white signs.

From Lower Westchester: Take the Tappan Zee Bridge to the New York State Thruway (I-87) north. Proceed either on the Thruway north to Exit 16 as detailed above, or take Exit 13N to the Palisades Interstate Parkway north and continue a detailed above.

Public Transportation:

Bus from New York City: For public transportation by Coach USA (formerly Shortline Bus) from New York City call (800) 631-8405+ [ Read all ]

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Admission is discounted for educational, cultural, and community groups of 15 or more with advance reservations. Tours are included free with admission. To receive reduced admission, reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance and groups are required to arrive together in a bus or van. To make a reservation or for more information please call our Education Secretary at 845-534-3115 x110.


Join the Friends of Storm King Art Center and enjoy unlimited free admission to America’s leading sculpture park and museum. Here you will find one of the most admired collections of modern sculpture to glorious advantage on 500 acres of rolling lawns, spacious fields, and woodlands – a magnificent setting to inspire and delight your mind and heart. Our prizewinning exhibitions feature works of new and acknowledged masters of contemporary sculpture.

Only at the Storm King Art Center can you enjoy a treasured Hudson valley landscape, appreciate significant modern sculptures, participate in lively docent-guided tours, meet artists whose works are on exhibition, attend informative lectures, savor the sound of outdoor concerts, attend family events and relax over a picnic lunch.

All this is yours when you become a member. Your membership dollars help sustain this unique not-for-profit museum, a glorious partnership of nature and art. Join the Friends of the Storm King Art Center now and visit this enchanting realm again and again.

For non-residents of the United States there will be an additional charge of $15 for your membership.