Art Omi Sculpture & Architecture Park is open daily from dawn until dusk. Admission is free. The Benenson Center and Newmark Gallery are open daily from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. except Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas, and New Year's Day.
Do not touch or climb sculptures. Climbing damages the artworks and is dangerous to the person climbing. Works which permit interactivity are listed on the Explore Map, available at the Benenson Center.
Ticks, poison ivy, mud, and other natural hazards may be present. Be prepared with sturdy footwear and appropriate attire.
Dogs are welcome, and must be kept on leash daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dogs must be kept on leash at all times in the Benenson Center.
Food and beverages are permitted in the park, and are available from the café.
- Bicycles are permitted in the park. Fat bikes and helmets may be borrowed at the Benenson Center.
Accessibility: The Benenson Center, Newmark Gallery, and restrooms are accessible to wheelchairs. During the high season (May - October), weekend golf cart tours are available for those with mobility impairments. Inquire about scheduling a tour via golf cart by calling (518) 392-4747. For individuals requiring other accommodations, or who wish to tour the Sculpture & Architecture Park outside the high season, please call (518) 392-4747 to discuss possible arrangements.
Length of Visit : Plan at least one hour to visit sculptures in all areas of the park. The path system is circular, so one can go in either direction. There are many sculptures tucked away in the woods to discover! Click here to download a map of the park. Maps and more information are available at the Benenson Center.
Tours: Guided tours are available with prior arrangements, and can be tailored to an age group, theme, or event. In addition, Art Omi Sculpture & Architecture Park offers educational workshops and tours for school groups and other organizations as well as free public programs throughout the year. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements, or learn about upcoming tours.
Terrain and seasonal considerations: The Sculpture & Architecture Park is open to the public every day throughout all weather, all year long. If seeking to experience all of the work, one will traverse grassy fields, forested paths, hills, and footbridges. There are no paved walking paths, and occasionally the trails become muddy and sometimes even impassable. Therefore, we recommend that visitors come prepared with sturdy footwear and weather-appropriate attire to best enjoy their experience. In the winter, groomed cross country ski trails are free and open to the public.
Art Omi hosts events throughout the year, the large majority of which are free and open to the public. Keep up to date with our events and more by joining our email list.
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1405 County Route 22, Ghent, NY
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
New Years Eve Day (9 - 2)
New Years Day
Group Tours & School Visits
Independent Walk in The Sculpture & Architecture Park
Plan a self-guided tour with your group. Grab a map and head out into The Sculpture & Architecture Park where you can spend plenty of independent time viewing the sculptures, architectural works, discovering the park, and enjoying nature!
To plan your visit, email@example.com or call (518) 392-4747.
Guided Tour of The Sculpture & Architecture Park
Explore The Sculpture & Architecture Park with a knowledgeable guide, highlighting the latest exhibition and points of interest.
Click here to learn more about scheduling a guided tour.
School and group visits are available year-round and are designed to serve people of all ages, grade levels, and abilities.
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Art Omi is located two and a half hours north of New York City in the historic Hudson River Valley. The campus is located in Ghent NY and in close proximity to Albany and Hudson. Both cities offer convenient train access throughout the Hudson Valley Region.
The facilities, situated on 300 acres of open land, include a large two-story barn with indoor studios; contemporary residence buildings designed with a vernacular reference to local barns, surrounded by abundant perennial beds, expansive lawns dotted with fruit trees, adjacent to The Sculpture & Architecture Park.
A Federal Period farm house serves as a gathering center for our five residency programs, providing a full kitchen, television room and library; while the front porch overlooks rolling hills and the majestic outline of the Catskill Range. A swimming pool, bicycles, WiFi access and several state of the art computers are available on the premises. Art Omi's facilities are reserved for retreats, private rentals and our artists in residence.
Columbia County, and the nearby Berkshire Mountains, are popular destinations because of their historical, natural and cultural riches. From bird sanctuaries to modern dance, presidential mansions to farmer’s markets, the environs offer a singular blend of rural quiet and cultural stimulation. Staff and friends in the neighborhood are often available for excursions of interest to residents. The local library has a modest collection, but is a member of the Mid-Hudson group, calling on the resources of libraries within much of eastern New York.