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Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Garden
Business Type: Art Museums & Exhibits
Pepsico Hqtrs., Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, 10577
Westchester County
(914)253-2001
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An extraordinary collection of 20th century masters including Moore, Nevelson, Rodin, Segal and many others situated in a vast garden setting at the world headquarters of the Pepsi Company. Pepsi invites you to stroll the vast grounds viewing and appreciating its collection at your leisure. The paths are an easy walk and are completely handicapped accessible. When you plan your trip to the sculpture garden, make sure to leave plenty of time to explore the gardens and monumental sculptures.

Hours of Operation
Open November thru March 7am-4:30pm, April thru October 7am-7pm.

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Foundry School Museum
Business Type: Art Museums & Exhibits
63 Chestnut Street
Cold Spring, 10516
Putnam County
(845)265-4010
FAX: (845)265-2884
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Features of the Museum:

  • World-renowned painting "The Gun Foundry" by John Ferfuson Weir.
  • The Foundry Room, exhibiting memorabilia of the West Point Foundry.
  • The Parrot Gun of Civil War fame.
  • The School Room of the original Foundry School.
  • Ludington Country Store.
  • 19th century country kitchen.
  • Indian dugout canoe.
  • Reference library, photographs, maps, documents, genealogy, Putnam County history.
  • Permanent and seasonal exhibits from the Museum's collections.

Hours of Operation
The museum is closed during January and February.

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Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center
Business Type: Art Museums & Exhibits
Vassar College, 124 Raymond Avenue
Poughkeepsie, 12604
Albany County
(845)437-5632
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The college's permanent collection spans the history of art from ancient Egyptian to contemporary American. Special exhibitions are offered throughout the year.

Hours of Operation
Open Tuesday thru Saturday 10am till 5pkm. Sunday 1-5pm.

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Fred J. Johnston Museum
Business Type: Decorative Arts Exhibits
63 Main Street
Kingston, 12401
Ulster County
(845)339-0720
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The private collection of 18th and 19th century furnishings and decorative arts, mostly American of the nationally noted antiquarian Fred J. Johnston displayed in eight elegant room settings in a circa 1812 Federal style house.

Hours of Operation
May through October.

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Gallery in the Park at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation
Business Type: Art Museums & Exhibits
Route 35 & 121
Cross River, 10518
Westchester County
(914)864-7317
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Four rotating art exhibitions featuring local artists per year, each lasting three months.

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Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame
Business Type: Art Museums & Exhibits
240 Main Street
Goshen, 10924
Orange County
(845)294-6330
FAX: (845)294-3463
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Riveting state-of-the-art, interactive exhibits and theaters tell the story of America's original pastimes. 3-D Harness Racing Simulator. Changing art exhibits. Banquet Facilities.

Hours of Operation
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

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Hart-Cluett House
Business Type: Decorative Arts Exhibits
57 Second Street
Troy, 12180
Rensselaer County
(518)272-7232
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Operated by the Rensselaer County Historical Society, the 1827 Federal style townhouse tells the story of 3 prominent families. Guided tours are offered at 11am

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Historic Cherry Hill
Business Type: Decorative Arts Exhibits
523 1/2 South Pearl Street
Albany, 12202
Albany County
(518)434-4791
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Hours of Operation
Open February thru December on Tuesdays thru Saturdays from 1-3, Sundays from 1-3.

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Hopper House Art Center
Business Type: Art Museums & Exhibits
82 North Broadway
Nyack, 10960
Rockland County
(845)358-0774 or
(845)359-1803
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Birthplace of Edward Hopper. Permanent collection of artists works and changing exhibitions on his work and life, as well as other local and international art exhibits. Outdoor Jazz concerts on summer evenings in the gardens.

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Howland Cultural Center
Business Type: Art Centers
477 Main Street
Beacon, 12508
Dutchess County
(845)831-4988
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Designed by Richard Morris Hunt and built in 1872. Art exhibits and music programs. Historic building listed on National Register of Historic Places.

Hours of Operation
Thursday to Sunday 1-5pm and by appointment.

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Hudson River Maritime Museum
Business Type: Art Museums & Exhibits
50 Rondout Landing
Kingston, 12401
Ulster County
(845)338-0071
FAX: (845)338-0583
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The only museum in New York State exclusively dedicated to preserving the maritime heritage of the Hudson River. Indoor and outdoor exhibits on Hudson River maritime history, gift shop, waterfront special events, boat rides to historic Rondout Lighthouse.

Hours of Operation
May through October. Admission charged.

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Hudson River Museum
Business Type: Art Museums & Exhibits
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers, 10708
Westchester County
(914)963-4550
FAX: (914)963-8558
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Modern gallery space with changing exhibits on the culture and history of the Hudson Valley.

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Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art
Business Type: Art Museums & Exhibits
1701 Main street
Peekskill, 10566
Westchester County
(914)788-0100
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Dedicated to the development and presentation of new works,exhibits and interdisciplinary programs that enrich our understanding of contemporary art.

Hours of Operation
Open Sat & Sun 11am-6pm, or by appointment.

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Isabelle Bacon Holy Land Museum
Business Type: Art Museums & Exhibits
66 East Main Street
Pawling, 12564
Dutchess County
(845)855-5000
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Almost 40 years ago, Dr. Norman Vincent Peale stood in the pulpit of Marble Collegiate Church and invited everyone to join him and Mrs. Peale on a tour of the Holy Land. A new member of the congregation, Isabelle Wade Bacon, was one of many who responded. Today, the Isabelle Bacon Holy Land Museum celebrates the life's work inspired by that trip.

Isabelle confesses that her overriding reason for going along was not just to travel, but to travel in the company of the Peales. The experience had a profound effect on her. From the start, Mrs. Bacon found that firsthand association with the people, places and objects of the Bible made the Book come alive for her as never before. She had found a new purpose in her life, and decided to stay on in the Holy Land to work and study.

During this time, through prayer, Mrs. Bacon conceived the idea of creating a Holy Land Center that would present the area's culture to people who could never hope to travel there themselves. She traveled throughout Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria, asking people what they felt a Holy Land Center in the US should strive to accomplish.

She subsequently returned to her home in New York City and established a Holy Land Center that brought Jesus' beloved homeland and its people to America.

During her first visit to the Holy Land, and on seven succeeding trips, she collected the items now contained in the museum. Dr. Peale has said of Mrs. Bacon "...she is one of the valid experts on the Holy Land. Few people equal her knowledge of the Holy places, and fewer still equal her knowledge of the territory in which our Lord's earthly ministry was conducted."

In 1991, Mrs. Bacon donated the Holy Land Museum to Peale Center for Christian Living, thus bringing full circle a dream that had begun on a tour in the company of the Peales and became a lifelong mission that has brought the Holy Land to life for thousands.

An educational and cultural resource that is focused on the land of the Bible, the homeland of Jesus, and the birthplace of the Christian faith, the purpose of the museum is to promote a greater understanding of this culturally diverse area that forms the backdrop for the Old and New Testaments.

A visit to the museum is a wonderful experience for people of all ages. The ancient costumes, splendid oriental rugs, and colorful Middle-Eastern tableware reflect the area's rich culture. Many items bring familiar Bible stories to life. One such object -- a Palestinian sling-shot -- makes the marvelous story of David and Goliath more concrete and vivid for children and adults alike.

The museum's decor makes one feel as if he had just stepped into the Holy Land. From the display of dolls in native dress to the brass lamps donated by the Jordinian Pavilion at the 1969 Worlds' Fair, the flavor of the Holy Land permeates the museum.

The Center for Positive Thinking and the Isabelle Bacon Holy Land Museum are open from 8am to 3:30pm Monday through Friday, September through June, and from 8am to 3:30pm Monday through Thursday in July and August.

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Katonah Museum of Art
Business Type: Art Museums & Exhibits
134 Jay Street
Katonah, 10536
Westchester County
(914)232-9555
FAX: (914)232-3128
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Changing exhibits of high caliber from diverse cultures and periods. Children's workshops, concerts and special events.

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