The Katonah Museum of Art (KMA) is a non-collecting institution recognized for its innovative exhibition and education initiatives that champion art and artists — past and present — across artistic disciplines, geographies, and historical periods. Housed in a modernist building designed by architect Edward Larrabee Barnes, the KMA was established in 1954 with a mission to spotlight exceptional art, while also responding to the most critical issues of our time through a bold and vigorous lens. Located in Katonah, New York, the KMA is the anchoring cultural institution in Westchester County, drawing visitors from throughout the Tri-State region and beyond.
Advance tickets are recommended. Museum hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM; Sunday 12:00 – 5:00 PM; Closed Mondays.
For more information about the Katonah Museum of Art, visit katonahmuseum.org or call (914) 232-9555.
The MTA Deal
This year-round package includes discount rail and admission to the Museum.
How to Get Your Tickets
From GCT/Harlem-125th Street:
- Children (age 5-11)$2
- Children (under age 5)Free
Take Metro-North to Katonah station. From the station, it's an easy 15-20 minute walk or 3-minute taxi ride to the museum at 134 Jay Street - Route 22.
Less than an hour & fifteen minutes from GCT