Arcadia Earth Museum is a unique place to visit in new york. Arcadia’s mission is “to inspire, educate and promote equity by building community through the arts.” Arcadia offers visitors a rare opportunity to explore the elements of nature while learning about its history, culture and social significance. Arcadia also has an art gallery that showcases contemporary artwork from a diverse group of artists who are committed to using their work as a vehicle for change. The museum will be closed on Monday, October 8th for Columbus Day but open Tuesday-Friday 12-5 pm and Saturday & Sunday 10 am-4 pm. Learn more here.

Arcadia Earth Museum in New York is located just outside of New York City. It’s a unique experience that showcases the planet and its history, while also highlighting sustainable living practices for future generations. Arcadia Earth features more than 400 exhibits that use multimedia displays to explore earth sciences with children so they can learn about sustainability. We provide educational programs year-round including workshops on energy conservation, recycling, composting plants, green building solutions and outdoor nature activities like fossil hunts or leaf identification for preschoolers through high school students. Arcadia Earth has something fun for everyone. Learn more about Rubin Museum of Art: Home to World-Class Exhibitions in new york.