Museums in Poughkeepsie, NY

Find museums in Poughkeepsie, NY. Listings include Mid-Hudson Children's Museum, Locust Grove Estate, The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Fall Kill Creative Works, Hudson River Valley Institute and Locust Grove. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 05/20/21
    Phew! It was a wonderful 24 hours of philanthropic excitement around here on Wednesday! THANK YOU to all who helped us surpass our $12,000 goal by making a gift to our 2021 Hudson Valley Gives campa...
    > Mid-Hudson Children's Museum
  • 05/19/21
    TODAY'S THE DAY! Please support MHCM by making a gift to our 2021 Hudson Valley Gives by visiting: https://www.hvgives.org/organizations/mid-hudson-children-s-museum On this very special day of giv...
    > Mid-Hudson Children's Museum
  • 05/18/21
    It’s almost here! Hudson Valley Gives is Wednesday, May 19th! Your gift to MHCM’s campaign will help ensure we can continue to serve families and our community through this time of extended closure...
    > Mid-Hudson Children's Museum
  • 05/12/21
    On Tuesday, May 11, Vassar College and the Loeb hosted DeLanna Studi, award-winning Cherokee performance artist and activist, who performed her original play, “And So We Walked” live via Zoom. In this...
    > The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center
  • 05/12/21
    On Friday, May 14, at 1PM Eastern, Christopher Platts (Assistant Professor of Art History, University of Cincinnati) will give a virtual gallery talk on the exhibition "The Great Wonder: Violet Oakley...
    > The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center
  • 05/10/21
    We have spots available in our Botanical Serving Tray workshop next weekend! Create a slab-built serving tray, and decorate it with imprints of plants foraged from the natural world. How dreamy! Wor...
    > Fall Kill Creative Works
  • 05/05/21
    UPCOMING SUMMER HOURS Please note that the Loeb will be closed June 5 and 6 for Commencement Weekend. From June 8 until August 31, the Art Center will be open to the public Tuesday–Sunday 11AM–5PM,...
    > The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center