Group Visits

Storm King offers discounted group admission for 12 or more people from schools, businesses, non-profit organizations, and tourism groups arriving in an oversized vehicle. Advance reservations are required and availability is limited—please plan ahead! Group visit requests must be submitted at least three weeks in advance of your desired date.

Blackout dates: Group reservations are not available on Tuesdays, holiday weekends, weekends during our peak season (September 21—November 10), or during special ticketed hours/events. Reserved tours, trams, and bikes are available on weekday visits only.

Use the menus below to learn more and submit a request.

Group Visit Options:

Adult Groups

Group Admission Rates
Adult: $20
Senior (65+): $17
Student (18+): $10
Youth (5-17): $5
Child (4 and under): Free

Guided Walking Tour: Highlights
$250 per 25 people
Led by a Storm King educator, the Highlights Tour offers information and history about Storm King Art Center and key artworks from the collection. These tours take place on and around Museum Hill. Please be prepared to cover up to one mile on grass. More accessible routes may be planned with advance notice. Length: 45 minutes–1 hour.

Guided Walking Tour: Special Exhibition
$250 per 25 people
Led by a Storm King educator or staff member, the Exhibition Tour covers works from Storm King’s seasonal exhibitions. While primarily exhibition focused, these tours can weave in general information about the Art Center depending on the interest of the group. Please be prepared for moderate walking on uneven terrain. More accessible routes may be planned with advance notice. Length 45 minutes–1 hour.

Tram Tour
$400 per tram (47 seats)
Wednesday-Friday before 12pm only
The Tram Tour consists of a tram ride around the grounds accompanied by a pre-recorded audio track, which includes information about Storm King’s history, art, and landscape. Length: 30-45 minutes. Trams are wheelchair accessible and can accommodate two wheelchairs.

Self-Guided Tour Resources
Free via Bloomberg Connects
All groups are encouraged to utilize our free digital guide on Bloomberg Connects, the arts and culture app. Explore interactive activities, audio and video commentary by artists and Storm King staff, suggested routes and more. Use the app to plan your visit, then easily access helpful insights onsite. Afterward, use it to dive deeper into your favorite works. Download Bloomberg Connects to get started.

Lunch
Picnic tables are available on a first come, first served basis at the designated North and South Picnic Areas. Please help our staff maintain a clean environment for all our visitors by picking up after your group and placing all trash and recycling into bins.

Lunch Pre-Orders: Group lunches are available for pre-order directly from our café partner, Fresh Company. Please confirm your order at least two weeks prior to your scheduled visit. All lunches are packaged in individual bags and can be picked up at the Food Truck, located near the South Picnic Area. View Group lunch menu >

Bike Rentals — Fridays only beginning May 10
$30 per person, minimum of 2 hours
$15 per person, additional hours
$75 per person, daily rate
Daily rates apply to any reservation after 12pm. Limit of 20 bikes per reservation.

Submit a Request

 

 

Colleges, Universities, and Non-Profit Organizations

Group Admission Rates
Adult: $20
Senior (65+): $17
Student (18+): $10
Youth (5-17): $5
Child (4 and under): Free

Guided Walking Tour: Highlights
$125 per 25 people
Led by a Storm King educator, the Highlights Tour offers information and history about Storm King Art Center and key artworks from the collection. These tours take place on and around Museum Hill. Please be prepared to cover up to one mile on grass. More accessible routes may be planned with advance notice. Length: 45 minutes–1 hour. 

Guided Walking Tour: Special Exhibition
$125 per 25 people
Led by a Storm King educator or staff member, the Exhibition Tour covers works from Storm King’s seasonal exhibitions. While primarily exhibition focused, these tours can weave in general information about the Art Center depending on the interest of the group. Please be prepared for moderate walking on uneven terrain. More accessible routes may be planned with advance notice. Length 45 minutes–1 hour.

Tram Tour
$200 per tram (47 seats)
Wednesday-Friday before 12pm only
The Tram Tour consists of a tram ride around the grounds accompanied by a pre-recorded audio track, which includes information about Storm King’s history, art, and landscape. Length: 30-45 minutes. Trams are wheelchair accessible and can accommodate two wheelchairs. 

Self-Guided Tour Resources
Free via Bloomberg Connects
All groups are encouraged to utilize our free digital guide on Bloomberg Connects, the arts and culture app. Explore interactive activities, audio and video commentary by artists and Storm King staff, suggested routes and more. Use the app to plan your visit, then easily access helpful insights onsite. Afterward, use it to dive deeper into your favorite works. Download Bloomberg Connects to get started. 

Lunch
Picnic tables are available on a first come, first served basis at the designated North and South Picnic Areas. Please help our staff maintain a clean environment for all our visitors by picking up after your group and placing all trash and recycling into bins.

Lunch Pre-Orders: Group lunches are available for pre-order directly from our café partner, Fresh Company. Please confirm your order at least two weeks prior to your scheduled visit. All lunches are packaged in individual bags and can be picked up at the Food Truck, located near the South Picnic Area. View Group lunch menu >

Bike Rentals — Fridays only beginning May 10
$30 per person, minimum of 2 hours
$15 per person, additional hours
$75 per person, daily rate
Daily rates apply to any reservation after 12pm. Limit of 20 bikes per reservation.

Submit a Request

 

 

K-12 Schools and Camps

Group Admission Rates
Chaperones/Adults: $10*
Student/Youth: $5

We are pleased to offer free admission to schools that receive Title I funding, as well as all public schools from Orange, Putnam, Dutchess, Ulster, and Sullivan counties.

*Note: One chaperone is required for every ten students, including high school students. Please review our guidelines for chaperones to ensure a safe and enjoyable trip to Storm King.

Guided Walking Tour: Highlights
$125 per 25 people/free for Regional and Title I schools
Led by a Storm King educator, the Highlights Tour offers information and history about Storm King Art Center and key artworks from the collection. These tours take place on and around Museum Hill. Please be prepared to cover up to one mile on grass. More accessible routes may be planned with advance notice. Length: 45 minutes–1 hour. 

Guided Walking Tour: Special Exhibition
$125 per 25 people/free for Regional and Title I schools
Led by a Storm King educator or staff member, the Exhibition Tour covers works from Storm King’s seasonal exhibitions. While primarily exhibition focused, these tours can weave in general information about the Art Center depending on the interest of the group. Please be prepared for moderate walking on uneven terrain. More accessible routes may be planned with advance notice. Length 45 minutes–1 hour.

Tram Tour
$200 per tram (47 seats)
Wednesday-Friday before 12pm only
The Tram Tour consists of a tram ride around the grounds accompanied by a pre-recorded audio track, which includes information about Storm King’s history, art, and landscape. Length: 30-45 minutes. Trams are wheelchair accessible and can accommodate two wheelchairs. 

Self-Guided Tour Resources
Free via Bloomberg Connects
All groups are encouraged to utilize our free digital guide on Bloomberg Connects, the arts and culture app. Explore interactive activities, audio and video commentary by artists and Storm King staff, suggested routes and more. Use the app to plan your visit, then easily access helpful insights onsite. Afterward, use it to dive deeper into your favorite works. Download Bloomberg Connects to get started. 

Teacher Resources
Storm King is pleased to offer Teacher Resources to support teachers in creating dynamic connections between the Art Center and the classroom. These thematic resources offer pre-visit ideas to prepare for your trip, tips and tools for onsite engagement, and post-visit activity prompts for continued exploration.

Lunch
Picnic tables are available on a first come, first served basis at the designated North and South Picnic Areas. Please help our staff maintain a clean environment for all our visitors by picking up after your group and placing all trash and recycling into bins. 

Lunch Pre-Orders: Group lunches are available for pre-order directly from our café partner, Fresh Company. Please confirm your order at least two weeks prior to your scheduled visit. All lunches are packaged in individual bags and can be picked up at the Food Truck, located near the South Picnic Area. View Group lunch menu >

For school groups bringing lunch: Our staff will work with you to determine when and where your group will picnic. Give all lunches, packed in as few boxes or bins as possible, to our staff during bus drop off. Staff will transport lunches to your picnic area.

Submit a Request

 

 

Planning a Corporate Outing? Please visit our Corporate Support page to learn more about the benefits of becoming a Corporate Member.

Payment & Cancellation
Payment in-full must be received 2 weeks prior to your scheduled visit to secure booking (check or credit card). Detailed payment instructions will be included with a reservation confirmation.

Rescheduling is based upon availability during the same calendar year. Any cancellation made at least 4 weeks prior to the date of your visit will receive a full refund. Cancellations made 2–4 weeks in advance will be refunded 50%. Cancellations made less than two weeks prior to the date of your visit will not be issued a refund.

Prepare for Your Visit
Come prepared to spend the day outdoors on even and uneven terrain with rolling hills. Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring sunscreen, water, and bug spray. Please see the Plan Your Visit page for full visitor policies and accessibility information.

Free admission for public school groups from Orange, Putnam, Dutchess, Ulster, and Sullivan counties as well as for Title I schools is made possible by generous lead support from Hearst Foundations, with support also provided by Charina Endowment Fund, Ronald and Sandra Kossar, Ohnell Family Foundation, Sidney E. Frank Foundation, and Windgate Foundation, and also supported in part by Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation and Triad Foundation.