COVID-19 Guidance for Visiting
Thank you for helping us keep the community safe!
As of March 14th, 2022, face masks are optional in the museum.
Details about SUNY New Paltz COVID-19 policies are available at https://sites.newpaltz.edu/news/2022/03/relax-indoor-mask-mandate-march-14-2022
Regular hours: Open Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays, holidays, and intersession
August: Open Weekends only
September: 9/3 & 9/4 closed for Labor Day
October: Closed 10/8 & 10/9 closed for fall break
November: 11/23 – 11/27 closed for Thanksgiving
Closed 12/13 – 2/4/2023 for winter break
February: 2/18 & 2/19 closed for Presidents Day
March: 3/4 –3/12 closed for Spring break
April: 4/6 – 4/9 closed for Passover/Good Friday
May: 5/27 & 5/28 closed for Memorial Day
ADMISSION: $5 Suggested donation
The Dorsky is located on the SUNY New Paltz campus close to the main entrance on Route 32 S./South Manheim Boulevard. When you enter campus look for the glass pyramid structure which is the Student Union Building. The Museum can be seen beyond that building. Approach the Musueum via the plaza between the glass pyramid and the tall Haggerty Administration Building.
Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art
State University of New York at New Paltz
1 Hawk Drive (GPS: 75 S. Manheim Boulevard)
New Paltz, NY 12561
The best places to park are the Administration lot at the Campus main entrance or the Route 32 parking across the street.
Parking requires a $3/day permit and allows parking in any lot except residential lots. On weekends parking is free.
Parking permit machines are located in the Route 32 parking lot, across the street from the Campus main entrance, or can be purchased during the week at the Welcome Center in the Haggerty Administration Building.
Free one-hour parking can be found by the Haggerty Circle in front of the glass pyramid, Student Union, and Haggerty Administration Buildings.
Visit the Parking Web site for more details.
GROUP VISITS, GUIDED TOURS, and COLLECTION ACCESS:
For information on guided tours, bringing a group to the Museum, or accessing objects from the permanent collection which are not currently on view, visit our Group Visits page.