One of the best ways in the steps to renewing yourself is traveling to a new place. For those not ready to travel, a simple change of scenery may be the key. New York’s Hudson Valley is home to a number of unique locations, one of which is New Windsor’s Storm King Art Center. This outside/inside exhibit, is part art museum, part nature walk. This unique art experience is a refreshing way to experience artwork. Even those who aren’t huge on art will find something to enjoy. This mini guide to Storm King Art Center
This article done by takes you through an average visit of the center, and even gives you directions on how to get there!
Your mini guide to Storm King Art Center
By Irene S. Levine
Both the grounds and the art of Storm King Art Center are impressive. The Center sprawls over 500 acres with more than 100 sculptures. These sculptures are not-to-be-missed if you love art, nature and the outdoors.
Storm King Art Center is located in Mountainville, New York, a hamlet in the town of Cornwall in Orange County. The name is derived from nearby Storm King Mountain. The town is located in the state’s scenic Hudson Valley, a national heritage site, that encompasses 10 counties on the east and west banks of the Hudson River, just north of New York City.
Our recent visit coincided with the peak of the fall foliage and we can’t wait to return in the spring. This unique museum without walls is the largest outdoor sculptural art center for contemporary art in the U.S. It is also one of the three largest in the world. Smithsonian Magazine recognized Storm King as one of the most spectacular sculpture parks in the world. Its artworks and natural setting draw visitors from the New York City metropolitan area and around the world. From location to history, to how to plan your trip, if you plan to visit Storm King Art Center, here are some things you’ll want to know. CONTINUE READING. . .