Spend November @ Storm King Art Center

  |  November 12, 2015
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Most of the leaves have fallen to the ground, hailing the end of fall and the beginning of winter. There’s still time, however, to visit Storm King Art Center through the rest of the month. From now until November 29th, Storm King outdoor sculpture park will be open Wednesday-Friday, 10am-4:30pm.

Isamu Noguchi "Momo Taro', 1977-78. Gift of the Ralph E. Ogden Foundation

Isamu Noguchi ‘Momo Taro’, 1977-78. Gift of the Ralph E. Ogden Foundation

Although Storm King will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, November 26th, the park will be open the day after Thanksgiving and the weekend following. Take your out-of-town holiday visitors or family members to Storm King and show them around the 500-acre open-air museum featuring over 100 works by some of the world’s most acclaimed sculptors.

Storm King admission is $15/adult, $12/Senior Citizens, and $8/ages 5-18 and students. For children 4 & under and Storm King Members, admission is free. Free admission to the park isn’t the only perk to Storm King Membership. While closed to the public after November 29, Storm King offers Members the opportunity to participate in Winter Walks, where they can enjoy behind-the-scenes access to Storm King during the off-season. The 2016 winter walks are scheduled for Saturday January 23, February 20, and March 5, 2016.

For more information on becoming a Storm King Member, visit www.stormking.org and click Become a Member.

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Storm King Art Center
1 Museum Road, New Windsor 12553

About Storm King Art Center

Widely celebrated as one of the world’s leading sculpture parks, Storm King Art Center has welcomed visitors from across the globe for fifty years. It is located only one hour north of New York City, in the lower Hudson Valley, where its pristine 500-acre landscape of fields, hills, and woodlands provides the setting for a collection of more than 100 carefully sited sculptures created by some of the most acclaimed artists of our time.

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