Fall Foliage and Art under the Open Sky

Day Trip to Storm King Art Center


Storm King Art CenterStorm King Art Center, a 500-acre outdoor sculpture museum, is the perfect place to enjoy the advent of autumn! Located 90 minutes north of NYC in the scenic Hudson Valley, Storm King’s beautiful hills, meadows, and forests showcase large-scale sculptures amongst the changing leaves of the season. 
 
Storm King’s trained docents offer 45-60-minute walking tours that tell the history of the Center and highlight a few key works from the collection, including a wonderful installation by Maya Lin.

 

Details:

If our group is 12 or larger, we will book a private guided walking tour. If participation is less, we will take advantage of the public tour that begins at 1:00 pm. Family and friends are welcome to join. Please be prepared to walk up to one mile on grass. For those with limited mobility or young children, trams tour the grounds at regular intervals. Visitors can board and exit at designated stops. Bike rental is also available.

Transportation:

  • By bus (direct route); Meet at Port Authority Bus Terminal at 10:00 AM to take the 10:30 AM Coach USA (Shore Line Bus), reaching Storm King at 12:00 PM.
  • By car: Driving time is approximately 90 minutes from NYC. You may purchase your admission ticket at the entrance gate.

Date: Saturday, November 2, 2019 

Time: 10:00 AM at Port Authority Bus Terminal or convene in front of the Storm King Museum Building at 12:45 PM for the 1:00 PM tour.

Or find us after the tour (2:30 PM) in the cafe.

Price: Each person is responsible for the price of their own transportation and admission ticket. 

  • Storm King Admission: $18 Adults | $15 Seniors | $8 Ages 5-18 | Free Ages 4 and under
  • Coach USA Bus Tickets: $48.00 Adults | $24.00 Ages 5-11
Please RSVP to let us know you're coming and to receive updates about the event.

 

Note: In the event of inclement weather, the event will be canceled via email.


Israeli, 1932–2015
 
Suspended, 1977
Weathering steel
23 ft. x 33 ft. x 48 in. (701 cm x 10.1 m x 121.9 cm)
Gift of Muriel and Philip I. Berman, Allentown, PA ©Menashe Kadishman