• Deep Learning

    November 15, 2015 to April 3, 2016

  • Old, Odd, and Oval

    November 15, 2015 to April 3, 2016

  • Evidence of Everything

    November 15, 2015 to April 3, 2016

  • Honoring Jackie Winsor

    Gala Benefit Event

  • Two Italians, Six Lifeguards

    November 15, 2015 to April 3, 2016

Today is Tuesday, February 9, 2016

The Aldrich is closed today.

Hours

  • Monday 10 am — 5 pm
  • Tuesday Closed
  • Wednesday 10 am — 5 pm
  • Thursday 10 am — 5 pm
  • Friday 10 am — 5 pm
  • Saturday 10 am — 5 pm
  • Sunday12 noon — 5 pm

Admission

  • Adults $10
  • Seniors (60+) $5
  • College Students $5
  • Members Free
  • K—12 teachers Free
  • Children (under 18) Free
  • Military families Free
  • Third Saturdays Free
  • On-site Parking Free

By Train

From Grand Central Terminal (Harlem Division of Metro North), to the Katonah train station. Taxi service is available.

For daily train schedules, visit MTA.info.

Please be advised that while there is a station in Branchville, there is no transportation from there to the Museum.

From NYC

West Side:Take Henry Hudson Parkway (N), then Saw Mill Parkway (N) to the end, bearing right to exit at (Cross River/Katonah), then follow directions below.

East Side: FDR north to 87 north (Major Deegan Expressway) to the New York State Thruway to 287 east to White Plains. Take 684 (north) to exit 6 (Cross River/Katonah), then follow directions below.

From Exit 6, take Route 35 east (12 miles to fountain landmark); turn left onto Main Street/Route 35. The Museum is located at 258 Main Street, 1/8 mile on the right.

New Haven

Take the Merritt Parkway to Exit 41, Route 33 towards Wilton. Route 33 and 7 to Wilton Center. Go over the Bridge and follow Route 33 into Ridgefield (7 miles). The Aldrich Museum is on the right just before the business district.

Hartford

Take Route 84 west to Route 7. Go south on Route 7. Turn right on Route 35 through Ridgefield business center. The Museum is about 1/4 mile on the left-hand side.

From NJ

Across the Tappan Zee Bridge to the Saw Mill Parkway north. Follow Saw Mill to the end, bearing right to exit 6 at Katonah/Cross River. From Exit 6, take Route 35 east (12 miles to fountain landmark); turn left onto Main Street/Route 35. The Museum is located at 258 Main Street, 1/8 mile on the right.

Points North

I-84 to Danbury; Connecticut Route 7 South from Danbury to Ridgefield; Connecticut Route 35 South to Ridgefield Center; The Aldrich is located at 258 Main Street (Connecticut Route 35) 1/8 mile south of the center of Ridgefield.

On View

The Aldrich

Larry Aldrich was born in Manhattan on June 13, 1906, and made his mark as a successful fashion designer and art collector with an endless passion for the new and interesting. Beginning with the purchases of a Renoir and a Utrillo in the early 1940s, Mr. Aldrich's passion for collecting art soon moved from Impressionist and Expressionist masters to contemporary art.

Founded by Larry Aldrich in 1964, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is dedicated to fostering the work of innovative artists whose interpretations of the world around us serve as a platform to encourage creative thinking. The Aldrich is one of the few independent, non-collecting contemporary art museums in the United States and the only museum in Connecticut devoted to contemporary art, and engages its diverse audiences with thought-provoking, interdisciplinary exhibitions and programs.

Originally located in the landmark 1783 building on Ridgefield’s historic Main Street that now houses administrative offices, since 2004 the Museum has been housed in a 17,000 square-foot facility that features two floors of exhibition galleries and a dynamic Education Center, and overlooks a two-acre Sculpture Garden. Throughout its fifty-year history, The Aldrich has served as a laboratory for artists to engage with innovative ideas and techniques, offering a venue for new avenues of exploration for themselves and Museum visitors.

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum was founded by philanthropist Larry Aldrich, a fashion designer and avid collector of contemporary art. It opened in 1964 as one of the country's first museums devoted exclusively to contemporary art. Mr. Aldrich wanted to make contemporary art accessible to a variety of audiences, and help visitors appreciate the art of their time. Since its founding, The Aldrich has been a national leader in the presentation of outstanding new art, cultivation of emerging artists, and innovative museum education programs.

Sat - 02.20.16 10 am to 3 pm

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Third Saturdays: Family Art Experiences with Lisa Scroggins

Sun - 02.28.16 3 pm to 4:30 pm

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Evidence of Everything: Raymond Foye and Steve DiBenedetto in Dialogue

Aldrich Funders

The Aldrich, in addition to significant support from its Board of Trustees, receives contributions from many dedicated friends and patrons. Major funding for Museum programs and operations has been provided by the Department of Economic and Community Development, Connecticut Office of the Arts; the National Endowment for the Arts; the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation; the Leir Foundations; the Goldstone Family Foundation; the Anne S. Richardson Fund; and Fairfield Fine Art.

The Aldrich, in addition to significant support from its Board of Trustees, receives contributions from many dedicated friends and patrons. Major funding for Museum programs and operations has been provided by the Department of Economic and Community Development, Connecticut Office of the Arts; the National Endowment for the Arts; the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation; the Leir Foundations; the Goldstone Family Foundation; the Anne S. Richardson Fund; and Fairfield Fine Art.

Support for Education and Public programs has been provided by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation, Joyride Ridgefield, the Newman’s Own Foundation, Fairfield County Bank, Fairfield County’s Community Foundation, Ridgefield Education Foundation, Cohen and Wolf, The Cowles Charitable Trust, and The Gage Fund.

Generous support for exhibitions has been provided by The Coby Foundation and the Patron’s Circle.

HamletHub; Townvibe, publishers of Ridgefield Magazine; and WSHU Public Radio are the official media sponsors of The Aldrich in 2015.

The Museum’s website has been generously supported by the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation, the Leir Charitable Foundations, The Goldstone Family Foundation, and Mark and Marcia Goldstein.

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