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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...more
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This is an amazing place. If you are lucky enough to have a sunny day, with crisp autumn air, it is magical. We spent about 3 hours here and walked about 4 miles or so. We covered most areas, except the north woods. We parked...More
Our visit to the Storm King Art Center was disappointing. The sculptures here must be an acquired taste. Most looked very much the same to us. The center grounds are vast and hilly. Be prepared to walk many miles to see it.
My wife and I visited Storm King today for the first time. We live only 40 mins away and I kept wondering why we never made it there. It was a lot of walking, but a great day to take in all of the sights....More
We went on a beautiful, sunny Saturday - early fall for a friend’s outting. There were a few colors but we can only imagine late fall when the leaves change. Breathtaking views with many interesting large outdoor sculptures to look at. There were a lot...More
What a splendid place! Amidst the lush forests and fields of the Hudson River Valley, massive sculptures in natural settings are dotted among the 500 acres. A restful stroll of the grounds or an easier ride on the tram are guaranteed to be the stuff...More
This is an impressive location that will take your breath away. Fortunately they have a tram that travels around the entire property, about every 20 minutes (I saw two).
Some of the sculptures are larger than buildings, and others as small as a small child,...More
I have gone by Storm King a hundred times but yesterday I visited this gem with my friend. The setting alone is worth it, but the sculptures are just magnificent. The center has been around since the 1960's but is so contemporary. We visited the...More
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There is a Lunch bar that serves Chili, hot dogs, preprepared sandwiches and salads, yogurt, soft drinks, (and wine and beer if I remember corrrectly, etc. etc. All served by pleasant college age individuals. It is about... More
There is a Lunch bar that serves Chili, hot dogs, preprepared sandwiches and salads, yogurt, soft drinks, (and wine and beer if I remember corrrectly, etc. etc. All served by pleasant college age individuals. It is about 2000 yards downhill (towards the entrance area) from the main house, an easy ride on the people mover "train".
Two places come to mind, the Katonah museum of art and the Hudson River museum, find more info on their websites, some exhibits change while others are permanent installations. Another artsy town on the rise is Peekskill... More
Two places come to mind, the Katonah museum of art and the Hudson River museum, find more info on their websites, some exhibits change while others are permanent installations. Another artsy town on the rise is Peekskill, visit the riverfront for some outdoor sculptures and Division street for wonderful places to eat (English pub McDonald and Peabody is my favorite), enjoy the Hudson Valley!