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This huge sculpture garden about 300 hectors almost a square mile tucked in to the rolling hills of the Hudson valley really with the Schunnemunk Mountain Mountainville Conservancy as its backdrop. Very special Art in a very unique atmosphere. The light dancing on the sculptures and the interaction of clouds rain and sun really makes this place a sort of concert for the eyes of nature and art really interacting very nice. The name Storm King Art Center comes from the mountian with the same name Storm King on the Hudson Rver. It was a famus landmark

Storm King within its beautiful landscape has something like 130 huge sculpture by some of the best know artist of the 20th century.
Names like:
Alexander Calder
Mark di Suvero
Isamu Noguchi
Magdalena Abakanowicz,
Siah Armajani
Alice Aycock
Andy Goldsworthy
Louise Nevelson
Richard Serra
David Smith

Storm King Art Center is also great for art lectures, hikes, picnics Please Wear comfortable shoes, very nice Guided. Docent guided tours take about an hour and are free with admission .

Admission: Adults $10.00, College Students and Seniors $9.00, Students K-12 $7.00, Children under 5, FREE. enjoy VTers

Hours: April thru October Wednesday - Sunday 11am - 5:30pm. Closes at 5pm November 1 thru November 15 - Nov. 15. Closed Monday & Tuesday. Open until 8pm on some spring/summer Saturdays. Call fro details. Closed mid-November thru March.

Address: Old Pleasant Hill Road, Mountainville, NY 10953
Directions: from NYC take I-87 north to exit 16. Rt. 32 north about 10 miles. Following signs for Storm King Art Center, turn left onto Orrs Mills Rd. (turn occurs just after crossing a small bridge on Rt. 32).
Phone: 845-534-3115
Website: http://www.stormking.org/index.html

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  • Updated Sep 10, 2006
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