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Hudson River Museum

hudson river museum

Hudson River Museum

$10, $6/ages 3–18, $7/seniors & students

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly

Wed–Sun 12 pm–5 pm

Learn about the connections between arts, sciences, and history on a family-friendly museum situated on the banks of the Hudson River.


🪐 See a Planetarium show (+$4)
📕 Go inside whimsical sculpto-pictorama Red Grooms’ The Bookstore
🏠 Admire a large luxurious dollhouse in Glenview Historic Home
🌳 Relax in the outdoor courtyard or lawn overlooking the Hudson River.


🪸 See corals, mussels, and schools of fish made of upcycled plastic in Federico Uribe: Plastic Reef
🖼 Explore vibrant works in Matrix: Prints by Women Artists, 1960–1990.

⭐️  Join weekend family art & science projects as well as other special events for all ages

⭐️ See our complete guide to Hudson River Museum

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