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    Orange County Arboretum | 211 Route 416, Montgomery
    Website: orangecountyarboretum.org | Phone: 845-615-3830 | Cost: FREE

    Come and explore the beauty and wonder of the Arboretum!

    Open daily, from dawn til dusk

    The Arboretum is a 35-acre botanical garden with professionally planned gardens, tree plantings, and water features. The many pathways connect the gardens and lead you to cascading water features and a 9/11 memorial. The numerous teak benches make this facility an ideal spot to take a walk or just sit and enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the setting.

    Drive up to the gate and wait for it to open.

    Visit The OC Arboretum on Facebook & Instagram

    The Arboretum is home to the Remembrance Walkway and Garden to honor those who lost their lives and those whose lives have been forever altered by the tragic events of the September 11th attack on America. The September 11th Memorial features a stunning rotating granite sculpture of the earth surrounded by bronze plaques with the names of the 44 Orange County residents who perished that day.

    Become a member

    Read More

    FREE! Orange County Arboretum Botanical Garden in Montgomery, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Orange County Arboretum | 211 Route 416, Montgomery
    Website: orangecountyarboretum.org | Phone: 845-615-3830 | Cost: FREE

    Come and explore the beauty and wonder of the Arboretum!

    Open daily, from dawn til dusk

    The Arboretum is a 35-acre botanical garden with professionally planned gardens, tree plantings, and water features. The many pathways connect the gardens and lead you to cascading water features and a 9/11 memorial. The numerous teak benches make this facility an ideal spot to take a walk or just sit and enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the setting.

    Drive up to the gate and wait for it to open.

    Visit The OC Arboretum on Facebook & Instagram

    The Arboretum is home to the Remembrance Walkway and Garden to honor those who lost their lives and those whose lives have been forever altered by the tragic events of the September 11th attack on America. The September 11th Memorial features a stunning rotating granite sculpture of the earth surrounded by bronze plaques with the names of the 44 Orange County residents who perished that day.

    Become a member

    Read More

    FREE! Orange County Arboretum Botanical Garden in Montgomery, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    OPUS 40 | 50 Fite Rd. , Saugerties
    Website: | Phone: | Cost:

    Spring 2021 Hours at Opus 40

    Friday – Sunday, 11 am – 5 pm

    $11/ $9 Students (Ages 5+) & Seniors

    Free for Essential Workers, Members and ages 4 & under

    Opus 40 is open for limited visits this spring. The ice has melted and the we are ready to welcome guests for visits. We are operating with strict COVID-19 precautions and ask guests to sign up in advance. There will be limited tickets at the door, at a higher price, but we are keeping numbers low to ensure everyone’s safety.

    BUY TIX NOW

    • Our Quarrying Museum and gallery will remain closed until the local situation with Covid-19 improves.
    • Annotated maps are provided in our admissions area. If you want admission with a guided tour, check out the options HERE.
    • Please note that the only animals allowed on site at any time are ADA Title III service animals. We do not permit emotional support animals or pets.
    • We are open rain or shine but do close, with full refunds to advance ticket-holders, for thunderstorms.

    Visit OPUS 40 on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter

    Read More

    Visit Opus 40 Sculpture Park & Museum in Saugerties, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Orange County Arboretum | 211 Route 416, Montgomery
    Website: orangecountyarboretum.org | Phone: 845-615-3830 | Cost: FREE

    Come and explore the beauty and wonder of the Arboretum!

    Open daily, from dawn til dusk

    The Arboretum is a 35-acre botanical garden with professionally planned gardens, tree plantings, and water features. The many pathways connect the gardens and lead you to cascading water features and a 9/11 memorial. The numerous teak benches make this facility an ideal spot to take a walk or just sit and enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the setting.

    Drive up to the gate and wait for it to open.

    Visit The OC Arboretum on Facebook & Instagram

    The Arboretum is home to the Remembrance Walkway and Garden to honor those who lost their lives and those whose lives have been forever altered by the tragic events of the September 11th attack on America. The September 11th Memorial features a stunning rotating granite sculpture of the earth surrounded by bronze plaques with the names of the 44 Orange County residents who perished that day.

    Become a member

    Read More

    FREE! Orange County Arboretum Botanical Garden in Montgomery, NY
    OPUS 40 | 50 Fite Rd. , Saugerties
    Website: | Phone: | Cost:

    Spring 2021 Hours at Opus 40

    Friday – Sunday, 11 am – 5 pm

    $11/ $9 Students (Ages 5+) & Seniors

    Free for Essential Workers, Members and ages 4 & under

    Opus 40 is open for limited visits this spring. The ice has melted and the we are ready to welcome guests for visits. We are operating with strict COVID-19 precautions and ask guests to sign up in advance. There will be limited tickets at the door, at a higher price, but we are keeping numbers low to ensure everyone’s safety.

    BUY TIX NOW

    • Our Quarrying Museum and gallery will remain closed until the local situation with Covid-19 improves.
    • Annotated maps are provided in our admissions area. If you want admission with a guided tour, check out the options HERE.
    • Please note that the only animals allowed on site at any time are ADA Title III service animals. We do not permit emotional support animals or pets.
    • We are open rain or shine but do close, with full refunds to advance ticket-holders, for thunderstorms.

    Visit OPUS 40 on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter

    Read More

    Visit Opus 40 Sculpture Park & Museum in Saugerties, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    OPUS 40 | 50 Fite Rd. , Saugerties
    Website: | Phone: | Cost:

    Spring 2021 Hours at Opus 40

    Friday – Sunday, 11 am – 5 pm

    $11/ $9 Students (Ages 5+) & Seniors

    Free for Essential Workers, Members and ages 4 & under

    Opus 40 is open for limited visits this spring. The ice has melted and the we are ready to welcome guests for visits. We are operating with strict COVID-19 precautions and ask guests to sign up in advance. There will be limited tickets at the door, at a higher price, but we are keeping numbers low to ensure everyone’s safety.

    BUY TIX NOW

    • Our Quarrying Museum and gallery will remain closed until the local situation with Covid-19 improves.
    • Annotated maps are provided in our admissions area. If you want admission with a guided tour, check out the options HERE.
    • Please note that the only animals allowed on site at any time are ADA Title III service animals. We do not permit emotional support animals or pets.
    • We are open rain or shine but do close, with full refunds to advance ticket-holders, for thunderstorms.

    Visit OPUS 40 on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter

    Read More

    Visit Opus 40 Sculpture Park & Museum in Saugerties, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Website: newpaltz.edu | Phone: 845-257-2836 | Cost: FREE

    Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

    translated by Hansol Jung

    Sunday, April 18, 2021

    1 – 2 pm    RSVP for Tickets

    Pre-show panel 1 pm | Matinee showtime 2 pm

    The Department of Theatre Arts Mainstage Productions and the School of Education at SUNY New Paltz present Current Conversations in Theatre and Education. Join us for pre-show panels and talkbacks featuring SUNY New Paltz faculty and K-12 teachers from the Hudson Valley Writing Project. Panelists will discuss how each play speaks to our current cultural landscape while also considering what lessons it holds for students of all ages. This is a virtual event.

    Event Link

    Visit SUNY New Paltz on Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter & YouTube

    FREE! * VIRTUAL* Current Conversations in Theatre and Education with SUNY New Paltz
    Orange County Arboretum | 211 Route 416, Montgomery
    Website: orangecountyarboretum.org | Phone: 845-615-3830 | Cost: FREE

    Come and explore the beauty and wonder of the Arboretum!

    Open daily, from dawn til dusk

    The Arboretum is a 35-acre botanical garden with professionally planned gardens, tree plantings, and water features. The many pathways connect the gardens and lead you to cascading water features and a 9/11 memorial. The numerous teak benches make this facility an ideal spot to take a walk or just sit and enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the setting.

    Drive up to the gate and wait for it to open.

    Visit The OC Arboretum on Facebook & Instagram

    The Arboretum is home to the Remembrance Walkway and Garden to honor those who lost their lives and those whose lives have been forever altered by the tragic events of the September 11th attack on America. The September 11th Memorial features a stunning rotating granite sculpture of the earth surrounded by bronze plaques with the names of the 44 Orange County residents who perished that day.

    Become a member

    Read More

    FREE! Orange County Arboretum Botanical Garden in Montgomery, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Orange County Arboretum | 211 Route 416, Montgomery
    Website: orangecountyarboretum.org | Phone: 845-615-3830 | Cost: FREE

    Come and explore the beauty and wonder of the Arboretum!

    Open daily, from dawn til dusk

    The Arboretum is a 35-acre botanical garden with professionally planned gardens, tree plantings, and water features. The many pathways connect the gardens and lead you to cascading water features and a 9/11 memorial. The numerous teak benches make this facility an ideal spot to take a walk or just sit and enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the setting.

    Drive up to the gate and wait for it to open.

    Visit The OC Arboretum on Facebook & Instagram

    The Arboretum is home to the Remembrance Walkway and Garden to honor those who lost their lives and those whose lives have been forever altered by the tragic events of the September 11th attack on America. The September 11th Memorial features a stunning rotating granite sculpture of the earth surrounded by bronze plaques with the names of the 44 Orange County residents who perished that day.

    Become a member

    Read More

    FREE! Orange County Arboretum Botanical Garden in Montgomery, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    OPUS 40 | 50 Fite Rd. , Saugerties
    Website: | Phone: | Cost:

    Spring 2021 Hours at Opus 40

    Friday – Sunday, 11 am – 5 pm

    $11/ $9 Students (Ages 5+) & Seniors

    Free for Essential Workers, Members and ages 4 & under

    Opus 40 is open for limited visits this spring. The ice has melted and the we are ready to welcome guests for visits. We are operating with strict COVID-19 precautions and ask guests to sign up in advance. There will be limited tickets at the door, at a higher price, but we are keeping numbers low to ensure everyone’s safety.

    BUY TIX NOW

    • Our Quarrying Museum and gallery will remain closed until the local situation with Covid-19 improves.
    • Annotated maps are provided in our admissions area. If you want admission with a guided tour, check out the options HERE.
    • Please note that the only animals allowed on site at any time are ADA Title III service animals. We do not permit emotional support animals or pets.
    • We are open rain or shine but do close, with full refunds to advance ticket-holders, for thunderstorms.

    Visit OPUS 40 on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter

    Read More

    Visit Opus 40 Sculpture Park & Museum in Saugerties, NY
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