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Located amidst a serene patch of land, Storm King gives a breath of fresh air and an opportunity to ponder for every urban dweller swirled in the daily difficulties of city living. With 500 acres of park land and dozens of artists exhibiting, the place inspires, amuses and bewilders. I ventured out for a day to experience Storm King firsthand.

Sculpture: Iliad by Alexander Liberman

Sculpture: Mother Peace by Mark di Suvero
Sculpture: Birds Watching by Jenny Kendler

Special cues on signs invite to text to a special number for details about the work
One of my favorite architectural elements of Storm King is the low-profile edge by the sidewalk, allowing the roads to merge into the scenery
Sculpture: Black Flag by Alexander Calder

Sculpture: Suspended by Menashe Kadishman

Sculpture by Robert Grosvenor

Storm King Art Center

Hours & Admission
Open Wednesday–Sunday 10am–5:30pm
April 4–August 31
Open late (until 8pm) Friday & Saturday (May 25–September 1)
Admission $18

1 Museum Road
New Windsor, NY
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How to get there
Day Package with bus trip from NYC
– Bus leaves at 10 am from Port Authority Bus Terminal
– Arrives at 11:30 am
– Includes admission to Storm King
– Bus leaves back at 5 pm
Available on Su, We, Th, Fr, Sa
Full package is $47

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