Storm King Art Center is located in the town of Cornwall, NY. For GPS purposes use:
1 Museum Road
New Windsor, NY 12553

Offsite Overflow Parking with Discounted Admission
Saturdays & Sundays, September 28 – November 3, from 10AM – 2PM. Pre-purchase is required. Reserve your space >

Metro-North Getaway Package
From Grand Central Terminal visitors can buy a train ticket to the Beacon Station that includes discounted Storm King Admission.

Storm King offers shuttle service round-trip from the Beacon Train Station on Saturdays, Sundays, and holiday Mondays. Pre-purchase is required. Book your seat >

New Jersey Transit/Metro-North also provides service from Penn Station to the Salisbury Mills train station, three miles from Storm King by taxi. For more information:

Coach USA (Short Line Bus) offers two different day packages to Storm King with round-trip transportation and discounted admission to the Art Center. Buses leave from the Port Authority Bus Terminal (42nd St. & 8th Avenue) in New York City.

Please visit or call 800.631.8405.
  • Package #1 (Purchase now)
    10AM—Depart NYC
    11:25AM—Arrive at Storm King
    5:02PM—Depart Storm King
    6:25PM—Arrive NYC
  • Package #2, includes a trip to the Woodbury Common Premium Outlets (Purchase now)
    8:30AM—Depart NYC
    9:55AM—Arrive at Storm King
    1:47PM—Depart Storm King for Woodbury Common Premium Outlets
    There are many choices of departure times to return to New York City from Woodbury Common, please see the Woodbury Common website for details.

Ridesharing services, such as Lyft and Uber, are available in the area. Please be aware that wait times for ridesharing may be longer than in more populated regions.

The taxi companies in the area are:
All Family, 845.565.1616
Tony’s Taxi, 845.562.7444
Jessie’s Limo and Car Service (Beacon), 845.401.0227

Below are approximate fares from Storm King Art Center to the listed locations:
The Town of Cornwall (Center): rates start at $10
Salisbury Mills Train Station: rates start at $15
Stewart Airport: rates start at $17
Beacon Train Station: rates start at $22.50


September 1 – October 31:

Monday – 10AM – 5:30PM
Tuesday – Closed
Wednesday – 10AM – 5:30PM
Thursday – 10AM – 5:30PM
Friday – 10AM – 5:30PM
Saturday – 9AM – 5:30PM
Sunday – 9AM – 5:30PM

Open Columbus Day: Monday, October 14

November 1 – December 8:

Open Monday, November 4, 10AM – 4:30PM
Open Monday, November 11, 10AM – 4:30PM

Monday – Closed
Tuesday – Closed
Wednesday – 10AM – 4:30PM
Thursday – 10AM – 4:30PM
Friday – 10AM – 4:30PM
Saturday – 10AM – 4:30PM
Sunday – 10AM – 4:30PM

Visit our Peak Season page for information on planning your fall visit.

Last admission into Storm King is 45 minutes before closing time.


$18 – Adults
$15 – Seniors (65+ with valid ID)
$ 8 – Ages 5–18 and Students (with valid ID)
Free – Children 4 and under, and Members

Arrive early between 9AM-10AM to receive $3 off admission every Saturday & Sunday through October.

Please visit Group Visits & Tours for groups of 12 or more.

Purchase Tickets Online*
*If you are taking the Storm King Shuttle, online tickets must be purchased with the package linked below.

Shuttle & Admission Ticket Packages

Buy a Membership today to visit for free all year, receive invitations to special events, and get discounts on site!

Offsite Overflow Parking with Discounted Admission
Saturdays & Sundays, September 28 – November 3, from 10AM – 2PM. Pre-purchase is required. Reserve your space >


Storm King welcomes school groups, adult and non-profit community groups, and business and tourism groups. For rates and reservation forms, visit

All reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance of your visit. Reservations are required for any group arriving by full-sized bus or any vehicle that will not fit in a standard parking spot. Groups of 12 or more arriving by car that would like a tour or reserved tram must also have a reservation.

During the peak months of May, June, September, and October, 10AM – 11AM bus arrivals are reserved for school groups. Please note that we are not able to accommodate buses on holiday weekends (including holiday Mondays) or on peak fall weekends from September 28 through November 10.

If you are interested in visiting the Art Center during the busy spring and fall seasons, we recommend submitting the group visit request form several months in advance in order to secure a date.

For bag lunch options, click here. You may inquire about other catering options when making your reservation. Please note, groups are not permitted on weekends from September 28 – November 10.


The Outdoor Café, Café Cart, and Food Truck offer a variety of options – made from organic, locally grown ingredients, whenever possible – as well as items appropriate for younger visitors. All food locations at Storm King are outdoors and operated by Fresh Company of Garrison, NY.

Outdoor Café
Serves sandwiches, soups, salads, desserts, soft drinks, wine, beer, cider, and coffee.
Open Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays: 11AM – 4:30PM
Fridays and Saturdays: 11AM – 7PM
Menu available at

Café Cart
Carries lighter fare, sandwiches, desserts, soft drinks, and coffee.
Open Fridays , Weekends, and Holiday Mondays: 11AM – 4PM

Food Truck
Serves lunch options, soft drinks, ice cream, and snacks.
Open Weekends and Holiday Mondays: 11AM – 4PM

*Members receive 10% off at all locations. Learn more about becoming a Storm King Member >


The Visitor Center/Museum Store:

The Visitor Center is located on Museum Hill near East Parking. Water, sunscreen, and insect repellent are available for purchase in the Museum Store.

The lost and found is located in the Visitor Center. Please see a Visitor Services Attendant. If you have already left the Art Center, please contact us.

Changing tables are available in the main restrooms on Museum Hill, behind the Visitor Center.

The Museum Store carries artists’ limited editions and exclusive Made for Storm King items, exhibition-related materials, children’s activities, and a diverse selection of books on sculpture, landscape, the Hudson Valley, and more. Shop online at Visitors can also purchase Storm King Memberships at all retail locations.

Galleries: Open May 4 at 1PM through November 11
Permanent collection works by Louise Bourgeois, Louise Nevelson, and David Smith are on view in select galleries. Strollers, beverages, and food are not permitted in the Galleries.



Bikes available to rent from 11AM to two hours before closing.

Touring Storm King by bicycle is a great way to experience the art and landscape Storm King offers. Visitors may rent adult bicycles on a first-come, first-served basis. Rentals include a helmet and map of bike paths. At present, child seats and children’s bikes are not available. Personal bikes are not permitted.

$10 per hour (two-hour minimum) or
$34 for the day

Weekends and Holidays
$12 per hour (two-hour minimum) or
$44 for the day

Private Events Groups may reserve up to 30 bikes by paying no daily rate. For more information, visit

*Members receive 10% off bike rentals. Learn more about becoming a Storm King Member >


Storm King is a 500-acre outdoor sculpture museum, come prepared to spend the day outdoors, wear comfortable walking shoes, and bring sunscreen, and bug spray. Bug spray, sunscreen, and water are also available for purchase in the Visitor Center.

Plan to explore Storm King’s rolling meadows and wooded areas, by foot or bicycle. If you have a limited amount of time, we suggest making your way to Museum Hill to see the sculptures, vistas, Visitor Center, and galleries.

There are gravel paths throughout the Art Center that can be utilized by strollers and/or wheelchairs. Flush toilets with changing tables are located on Museum Hill behind the Visitor Center, portable toilets are located throughout Storm King, and are marked on your map.

Click here for a pdf of the map of the grounds.

Accessible trams run regularly. Priority is given to those with restricted mobility and young children. Visitors can board and exit at designated stops.

Natural Hazards
Much of Storm King is open to the elements, is wooded, has running or sitting water, and is home to wild animals, reptiles, and insects. While Storm King’s staff engages in maintenance and landscape management, visitors must be aware of the natural surroundings, including fallen and falling limbs, insects, reptiles, wild animals, mud, water hazards, steep slopes, and loose and uneven surfaces. If you required first aid for bee stings, falls, etc., please contact a Visitor Services Attendant.


Pets: Storm King does not allow pets, emotional support animals, comfort animals, or therapy dogs. Storm King welcomes ADA title III service animals. 

Smoking: Smoking, including electronic cigarettes, are not permitted on Storm King’s grounds.

Personal Bikes: Storm King does not allow the use of personal bicycles, scooters, skateboards, or hover boards for reasons of liability and congestion on pathways.

Recreational Sports: Bikes, kites, Frisbees®, balls, and other recreational items are not permitted and must be left in your car. Playing sports or jogging on the grounds is not allowed.

Photography and Drones: Non-commercial photographers may take still photos for personal use only. No commercial use or publication of any images of or relating to Storm King is allowed without prior approval, please visit to submit a photo/film request. Visitors are not permitted to use drones or any aerial vehicles at Storm King or over Storm King’s air space.

Sculpture Conservation: Help us preserve Storm King’s collection for future generations. Even natural oils of clean hands can damage the surfaces of sculptures. Please enjoy our long and native grass fields, but do not stand in these areas. Touching, walking on, or climbing on works of art is prohibited except where indicated. We invite visitors to interact with sculptures marked on the map with a green hand icon.

Picnicking: Picnics are permitted only in the designated areas located adjacent to the North and South parking areas. Tables, trash, and recycling bins, are located in both the North and South picnic areas. Blankets may be spread on the lawn in both picnic areas as long as they are set up away from the sculptures. The picnic areas are a leisurely 10–15 minute walk from the Visitor Center or East parking, with much to see and enjoy along the way. Visitors choosing to picnic must be respectful of other visitors and operations. Visitors may not hold picnic tables, bring tents, furniture, cooking equipment, or play audible music. 

Strollers: Storm King is a wonderful place to bring children of all ages. Strollers are allowed and most strollers are suitable for the gravel roads around the property. Due to the varied, sometimes hilly, terrain, heavy-duty strollers are encouraged. Strollers are not allowed in the Galleries of the Museum Building.

Winter Season: Storm King is closed to the public from December 8 to April 1, except for scheduled winter weekends. To stay updated on dates and details, check our events calendar or social media. Sign up for a Membership and receive special perks during the winter walks. No skiing, sledding, or snow shoeing, is allowed on-site.


Plan a weekend getaway when you visit Storm King and explore the Hudson Valley. Stay at local hotels and bed & breakfasts, grab a bite to eat, and have a fun night out!

Storm King is proud to support our friends and partners in the Town of Cornwall. Cornwall businesses are highlighted in yellow.

2 Alices Coffee Lounge
311 Hudson Street
Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY 12520

Billy Joe’s Ribworks
26 Front Street
Newburgh, NY 12550

Blooming Hill Farm
1251 Route 208
Blooming Grove, NY 10914

Blu Pointe
120 Front Street
Newburgh, NY 12559

Brother’s BBQ
4204 Route 32
Cornwall, NY 12518

1004 Route 94
New Windsor, NY 12553

Cafe Pitti
40 Front Street
Newburgh, NY 12550

Cafe Richiesto & Pizzeria
1795 Route 32
Cornwall, NY 12518

Canterbury Brook Inn
331 Main Street
Cornwall, NY 12518

Captain Jake’s
40 Front Street
Newburgh, NY 12550

Cielito Lindo Mexican Restaurant
255 Main Street
Cornwall, NY 12518

El Jalapeno Charro
366 Windsor Hwy
New Windsor, NY 12553

Fiddlestix Cafe
319 Main Street
Cornwall, NY 12518

Gus’s Restaurant and Tavern
10 Quassaick Avenue
New Windsor, NY 12553

Hudson Street Cafe
190 South Plank Road
Newburgh, NY 12550

Jones Farm
190 Angola Road
Cornwall, NY 12518

Kanda House
304 Main St
Cornwall, NY 12518

Leo’s Restaurant & Pizzeria
21 Quaker Avenue
Cornwall, NY 12518

Ms. Fairfax
105 Liberty Street
Newburgh, NY 12550

3 River Ave
Cornwall-On-Hudson, NY 12520

266 Hudson Street
Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY 12560

Prima Pizza
252 Main Street
Cornwall, NY 12518

The River Grill
40 Front Street
Newburgh, NY 12550

Schlesinger’s Steak House
293 Temple Hill Road
New Windsor, NY 12553

The Trestle
2 Idlewild Ave
Cornwall-On-Hudson, NY 12520

Weir’s Ice Cream
2159 NY-94
Salisbury Mills, NY 12577

Woody’s Farm to Table
30 Quaker Avenue
Cornwall, NY 12518

The Berry Patch
191 Shea Road
Campbell Hall, NY 10916

Black Rock Forest
65 Reservoir Road
Cornwall, NY 12518

Brotherhood Winery
100 Brotherhood Plaza Drive
Washingtonville, NY 10992

Cornwall Farmers Market
183 Main Street
Cornwall, New York

Dia: Beacon
3 Beekman Street
Beacon, NY 12508

Downing Film Center
19 Front Street
Newburgh, NY 12550

The Edward Hopper House Art Center
82 North Broadway
Nyack, NY 10960

Jones Farm
190 Angola Road
Cornwall, NY 12518

Hudson Highlands Wildlife Education Center
25 Boulevard
Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY 12520

Hudson Highlands Outdoor Center
120 Muser Drive
Cornwall, NY 12518

Overlook Farm Market
5417 Route 9W
Newburgh, NY 12550

Palaia Vineyards
10 Sweet Clover Road
Highland Mills, NY 10930

Sands Ring Homestead Museum
180 Main Street
Cornwall, NY 12518

Storm King Golf Club (Public)
18 Ridge Road
Cornwall, NY 12518

Storm King Adventure Tours
178 Hudson Street
Cornwall-On-Hudson, NY 12520

Woodbury Common Premium Outlets
498 Red Apple Court
Central Valley, NY 10918

The Beacon Hotel
424 Main St
Beacon, NY 12508

The Bear Mountain Inn
3020 Seven Lakes Drive
Tomkins Cove, NY 10986

Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa
220 North Road
Milton, NY 12547

Caldwell House
25 Orrs Mills Road / PO Box 425
Salisbury Mills, NY 12577
800.210.5565 / 845.496.2954

Cromwell Manor Inn
174 Angola Road
Cornwall, NY 12518

Days Inn
915 Union Avenue I-84
New Windsor, NY 12553

The Dominion House
50 Old Dominion Road
Blooming Grove, NY 10914

The Garrison
2015 Route 9
Garrison, NY 10524

Glenmere Mansion
634 Pine Hill Road
Chester, NY 10918

1289 Route 300
Newburgh, NY, 12550

The Roundhouse at Beacon Falls
2 East Main Street
Beacon, NY 12508

Stockbridge Ramsdell House
158 Montgomery Street
Newburgh, NY 12550

The Thayer Hotel
674 Thayer Road
West Point, NY 10996
800.247-5047 / 845.446.4731

Valley Rock Inn
27 Mill Street
Sloatsburg, NY 10974