Katonah Museum of Art
Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
A distinctly modernist building in the scenic hamlet of Katonah hosts three to four exhibitions annually, covering a broad range of art and humanities topics. Explore the peaceful sculpture garden and surrounding Norway spruce trees.
Current exhibitions include The Rothko Room, two masterpieces in a room designed for individual reflection.
In The Learning Center,a welcoming exhibition and activity space for children of all ages, enjoy art projects that change with each exhibition, create sculptures, paintings, collages, and more, learn about art through games, puzzles, and activities and read stories about art and the visual world. Call before your visit (914-232-9555); The Learning Center is sometimes closed for special events and school groups.
Katohah’s cute downtown a few minute aways has lots of food options, including cute cafe/bookstore/bakery Katonah Reading Room and table-service Farmhouse Tavern and The Whitlock.
Metro North offers a special getaway package with train ticket from from GCT/Harlem-125th Street and museum admission ($27, $2/ages 5-11). The museum is an easy 15-20 minute walk or 3-minute taxi ride from the Katonah station.
Swing, climb, balance, traverse and zip-line at this aerial adventure park in Westchester. Explore a variety of high ropes courses with 110 platforms in the trees featuring unique elements and zip lines on every course.
Nine courses for all skill levels – low to the ground and high in the trees, with age limits for each…More info
Morning Farm Chores
Become a farmer for a day and join Muscoot Farm’s staff as you feed, clean, and care for animals.
Pre-registration is required; $25 for a group of two; available to children ages 6 – 14. Participants will meet at Reception Center with sturdy, closed-toe footwear.More info
Harvest Moon Orchard Easter Egg Hunt
Hunt for eggs at a spacious Westchester farm. Hunts divided by age group (3 years and under, 4 to 6 years & 7 and 8 years).
Each ticket includes an egg carton for collecting eggs, a set of bunny ears, a visit with the Easter Bunny and admission for one accompanying adult. $5 spectator tickets…More info
Egg Hunt with Wolves
Learn about the mythology, biology and ecology of wolves in North America and then join in an Easter egg-hunt with a twist, Instead of looking for eggs, guests will help hide them for Ambassador Wolves Alawa and Nikai to find. Guests will also potentially behold some of the WCC’s critically endangered red wolves and Mexican…More info