Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
258 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT 06877
(203) 438-4519

Places Nearby:
Katonah Museum of Art
Westmoreland Sanctuary
Muscoot Farm
John Jay Homestead
Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts
Greenwich Audubon Center
Bruce Museum
More in:

Other States:

The first museum in the U.S. to devote itself exclusively to contemporary art, the Aldrich has enhanced its community now for more than thirty years.

Boasting nine galleries, an auditorium, and a two-acre sculpture garden, the Museum shows as many as nine different exhibitions each year, featuring some of the most exciting developments in art from around the world. Exhibitions showcase established artists as well as new talents, making the Aldrich an exceptional resource for artists and art-lovers alike.

The Museum offers a great calendar of special activities and events throughout the year, from children's concerts to workshops for adults -- always something for the family to enjoy and learn from. Call for a calendar.

Tours are available for Adult, School, and other Groups. Maximum group size is 40 people.

Hours: Tuesday thru Sunday 12 - 5pm. Docent tours on Sundays at 2pm. Visit the official website linked above for information on hours for special programs and tours.

Adults $10.00
Seniors (60+) $5.00
College Students $5.00
K-12 Teachers, Children under 18, Active Military and Their Families FREE
Fees subject to change. Call to confirm.

Self-Guided Tours for groups of 10 or more with reservations:
Adults $5.00
Seniors (60+), Students, Children $3.00
School Groups:
Per Student, $4.00
Visit the official website linked above for information on group Guided Tours and special programs for groups. Fees subject to change. Call to confirm.

Group Reservations: At least 2 weeks in advance.

Lunch: Bagged lunch may be eaten on grounds.

Handicapped Access: Mostly. Call for details.

Directions: I-684, exit 6. Follow Rt. 35 east/north. The Aldrich is two blocks south of Ridgefield Center on Rt. 35. 60 - 90 minutes from the George Washington Bridge.

Copyright © 1996-2014 by Patrick Tadeushuk. All Rights Reserved.