Hudson Valley

October 22–23, 2021

The Albright-Knox offers unparalleled opportunities to discover regional and national cultural treasures. This fall, we are pleased to invite you to join the Albright-Knox's Curatorial Team for a weekend celebrating art, architecture, and nature in the scenic Hudson Valley.

Enjoy the great outdoors during peak fall foliage season while exploring the culturally prominent collections of Storm King Art CenterDia Beacon, and The School, Jack Shainman Gallery. We’ll also visit Sky High Farm where artist Dan Colen is working to redefine sustainable farming practices.

New York’s Hudson Valley is home to world-renowned galleries and museums and features a thriving art scene filled with a rich interplay of musicians, artists, and writers. With its proximity to New York City, the Hudson Valley has served as an inspirational escape for creatives for nearly two centuries.

The tour departs from Manhattan on Friday, October 22, at 10 am, and returns to Manhattan on Saturday, October 23, around 6 pm.

Tour Cost

  1. Individual (one person): $1,199
  2. Travel with a friend (two people): $1,699

Tour Includes:

  1. Admission to all arts organizations
  2. Coach transport Friday and Saturday throughout the Hudson Valley
  3. Hotel accommodation Friday evening
  4. Two meals both days

Space is limited; secure your reservation today with a $500 tax-deductible, non-refundable donation.

Reserve Now!

Please note: The tour cost does not include airfare nor does it include the initial $500 per person tax-deductible donation to the museum. Private chartered airfare departing from Buffalo, New York, is available; please contact the museum for details and pricing.

For questions, please contact Travel Coordinator JoAnne Will-Kaminski at or 716.912.9068, or Events Coordinator Elizabeth Getman at or 716.270.8289.

Your health and safety are of our utmost concern. We will continue to closely monitor COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines in New York State.

Proceeds from the Members' Travel Series support the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.

Mark di Suvero’s E=MC2, 1996–97 (foreground), and Figolu, 2005–11 (background), at Storm King Art Center. Image courtesy Storm King Art Center.