Culture & Entertainment
Featuring permanent and changing exhibitions of American Art by Winslow Homer, George Inness, members of The Eight, leading American impressionist and more.
Art gallery representing professional artisans and artists in all genres. Hours: Thursday-Sunday, noon-6pm. We will feature thematic exhibitions throughout the season: April 2-Dec 22, highlighted by our "Homage to Elephants" fundraiser in August.
Music, Art and more in historic Cherry Valley
The Cherry Valley Summer Sculpture Trail, jazz, chamber music, Indie Rock, film festival and more.
Traditions Start Here.
Visit our beautiful diversified farm from March through December. Enjoy the Critz Farms Brewing & Cider Co. Tasting Room, festivals, events, and seasonal activities including maple syrup, berry picking, apple and pumpkin picking and Christmas Trees.
A beautiful historic 1892 landmark.
A beautiful historic 1892 landmark. Performances renowned for quality with folk, roots, bluegrass, Celtic and more that incorporates national artists such as Dar Williams, Leo Kottke and Ralph Stanley. Art galleries feature contemporary art and quilts.
Join us in July and August for exceptional opera, musical theater and more. Tickets start at just $26 for adults and $10 for youth (12 and younger). Or, simply enjoy a leisurely picnic on our picturesque grounds as you savor the landscape and indulge your senses.
founded in 1930
Holy Trinity Monastery, a Russian Orthodox monastic community, was founded in 1930 in Jordanville, NY. The Foundation of Russian History Museum, located on the grounds of Holy Trinity Monastery, offers a fascinating glimpse into the history, art, and culture of Russia and the Russian immigrant community.
A 50 room Mansion overlooking Otsego Lake. National Historic Landmark offering a stunning experience of early 1800s architectural and social grandeur. Built 1817 – 1835. Open May to October. Guided tours on the hour 10:00 – 4:00. Events, Hauntings – July & August, Candlelight tours – October. Glimmerglass State Park, Cooperstown, NY.
Experience Art in Nature
Inspired by the relationship between art and nature, the Art Park is dedicated to providing a unique environment for the showcasing of art by emerging and established artists in natural and gallery settings. 104 acres and 4 miles of trails.
An arts venue in downtown Fort Plain, is the refurbished and renamed Universalist church (built 1896). Its vibrant red brick tower-the tallest village structure-is visible from all directions. We host our first summer music series (schedule on our website) in 2015.