Destinations are Open!  

Most MAP Pass destinations are open and most have modified their COVID-19 visiting requirements. Some destinations will continue to have Timed-Entry Reservations, made on their website, in addition to using Library’s Pass. Always check Destination’s website before visiting for hours, changes, visiting requirements, and policies. If traveling to a destination in MA, CT, or VT, please consult that state’s current COVID-19 travel advisory.

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MAP Passes to Museums, Attractions & Parks

MAP Passes, offer free or reduced admission to 50 cool places, and are available to Poughkeepsie Public Library District residents* who are 18 or older, with an email address and no fines. *Passes to FDR Presidential Library & Museum are available to all Mid-Hudson Library System patrons.

Book up to two (2) passes for the same day to combine visits to nearby venues. These may be local places or destinations on getaway trips to the Adirondacks, Albany, Berkshires, Boston, CT coastline, Danbury or Hartford, NYC, Springfield, and Vermont.

Always confirm hours and visiting information on destination’s website.

Failure to cancel a pass you do not use may result in suspension of pass privileges.

Pass Types: Printable passes, called Print on Demand. Physical passes, called Pick up/Return.

Print on Demand pass: Reserve for day of visit and marked “Closed” when Destination is closed. Print pass when reserving at home or contact the Library to print it for you after reserving pass. Take the printed pass to entrance on specific date printed on the pass.

Pick Up/Return pass: Reserve for day of pick up and marked “Closed” when Library is closed. On holidays venue may be open, but Library closed, so reserve a day early. Check out pass (inside pouch) for three (3) days including pick-up date, day to use pass, and day to return.

• Library card barcode must match reservation at check-out.
• Return to library branch where checked out, and you may use Book Drop to return.
• A $5.00 per day fine if returned after due date (okay to use drop box after closing time).
• If not returned within one week, pass is considered lost, and a replacement cost fined.

When Reserving: Under destinations, click on “Request Pass” to open into reservation system. Reserve up to 60 days in advance. Under the date, find destination and request. You’ll need library card’s barcode. Follow the prompts. You’ll receive confirmation email and a reminder email 2 days before a reservation. You may add a Text reminder. For Print on Demand passes, select “Print Pass” to print from home and bring to destination on date printed on pass.

Cancelling a Pass Reservation: Use “My Passes” button on the TixKeeper Reservation page by logging in with your library card barcode, and clicking on the pass to cancel, or call the Library. If reservation is in 24 hours or less, “My Passes” directs you to call the Library to cancel for you. Failure to cancel a pass, so that others may use it, may result in a suspension of reservation privileges.

Questions? Call the Reference Desk at (845) 485-3445 x 3702.

Check out other FREE or reduced admission destinations within the Hudson Valley and beyond that do not require a MAP Pass!

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Adirondack Experience – The Museum on Blue Mountain Lake

Print on Demand – Open Late May – Columbus Day

Explore Online: collectionsexhibitions, and resources all year. 

Half Price Admission – Two Options to Select: 50% off for 2 adults and all children 17 and under; OR 50% off for up to 4 adults. Age 5 and under are always free. 50% prices: ages: 0-5 free, age 6-17 $6; students w/ID $6, age 18-64 $10; 65+ $9. Library Pass users do not need to make Timed Reservation Tickets online.  Please show either the ADX MAP Pass on your mobile phone (from emailed reservation “Pass Info”) or the printed MAP Pass at the Visitor Center.  If possible, they would like you to show your PPLD Library Card, too.  As Internet access is spotty in the Adirondacks, you may wish to make your MAP pass reservation in advance, and print out. Hours are 10 AM – 4 PM.

Two Adirondack MAP Pass Destinations: The Wild Center & Adirondack Experience passes may be reserved for the same day, weekend or week. 32 miles apart.

Accessibility & Animals: Wheelchairs, wheeled walkers, and strollers are available on a first come. first serve basis. Service animals are welcome. Dogs or emotional support animals are not permitted.

Address: 9097 State Route 30, Route 28N & 30, Blue Mountain Lake, NY (193 miles from Poughkeepsie)

Phone: 518-352-7311


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Albany Institute of History & Art

Print On Demand         Open All Year

Admits: 2 adults and 2 children (under age 18).  Library Pass users do not need to register for timed advance tickets.  All visitors, whether vaccinated or not, must wear facial masks and social distance.  Safety Guidelines may change, so check their website, here. The Museum Cafe is temporarily closed.  Check their website for current exhibitions, events calendar, and exploring the Museum from Home

Guides & Maps: Digital Maps and Guides: Museum Map and Gallery Guide (Hudson River School exhibition).  Download Family Guides for discussion and activities, here. Learn about the collections and current exhibitions to select what you’d most like to see.

Museum from Home: Includes art activities, exploring virtual exhibitions like their 3D tour of Hudson River School paintings, Galleries Plus, scavenger hunt, online resources, and the museum’s YouTube channel, click here.

Accessibility: Galleries and public spaces are wheelchair accessible.  Wheelchairs and strollers are available for use at the admissions desk.

Parking: Free parking is available on a limited basis in their parking lot at the corner of Dove and Elk Street.  On the weekend, there is plenty of free parking available on the adjacent streets.

Hours: Open Wed. – Sat. 10 am – 5 pm and Sun.12–5 PM.

Closed: Mon. & Tues. and holidays: New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day.

Address: 125 Washington Ave., Albany NY 12210 (80 miles from Poughkeepsie)

Phone: 518-463-4478


Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

Print on Demand     Open All Year

Admits: The pass-holder and four family members, for a total of five guests (plus children 12 and under free) per library pass with required Timed-Entry

Reservation made in advance on their website under Visit.”  Click on either “Purchase Tickets” or “Timed-entry tickets or reservations required.”  Select Date, Ticket Type “Member/**Free/Child” for free admission, Time Slot, and enter Quantity and click the “Buy it Now” button. Next, enter your contact information, and click on the “Continue to Payment” button at No Charge, and then click on “Complete Order” to finalize your ticket reservation. Follow their “Visitor Code of Conduct and Safety Precautions” and “Tips for Visiting,” under Visit.” There is a 15% discount museum store with the member Library Pass. Free parking, elevator, strollers permitted, no café, and coat check is closed. Before visiting, please check website, or call (203) 438-4519.

Restrictions: The Library Pass is not eligible for special events exceeding general admission cost (requires non-members to pay a fee) or for members-only events.

Hours: 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM every day but Tuesdays, New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Holidays Open: Open these holidays, so Print on Demand passes from Home and go – Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Presidents’ Day, Easter Sunday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, and Columbus Day.

Closed: Tuesdays and New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.

Address: 258 Main Street, Ridgefield, CT 06877 (56 Miles from Poughkeepsie)

Phone: 203-438-4519


Basketball Hall of Fame

Print on Demand      Open Daily All Year 10 AM – 4 PM 

Admits:  Four (4) people for free admissions (any age) when you present the Library Pass at the Box Office. Additional tickets can be purchased at the Box Office or online at the regular price: Adults (ages 16-64) $28; Seniors (ages 65+) $23; Youth (ages 5-15) $19; Children (under age 5) are free.

Library Pass Holders do not need a timed-entry reservation as they will accommodate if capacity is limited due to Covid. Pass is valid for 10% off any photo purchase at “HOOPSHOTS” Photo Center.  Pass is not valid for special events. Check their calendar  to avoid or plan around any closing of exhibits due to special events held on the day of your visit.

Covid-19 Policies & FAQ:  Everyone over age 2 must wear a facial mask, unless you have a medical condition.  If you do not have a mask, one will be given to you.  Policies & FAQ list all the safety and cleaning protocols, visitor requirements, and information to plan your visit. A stylus pen is given to each visitor for touch screen exhibits and visitors are asked to follow the one-way directions in the galleries. If capacity reaches a limit in an exhibit, staff will ask you to wait before entering. To see policies and FAQ, click here.

To Shoot on Center Court: If you wish to participate in shooting on Center Court, please wear appropriate footwear (subject to change, so check website or call). No games of any kind, and no half court shots for everyone’s safety at this time. Staff will provide a sanitized clean basketball to be used by your group, if you wish to shoot hoops.

Restrictions: Backpacks and large bags not allowed in the museum unless needed for a medical reason. Food or beverages may only be consumed on the public concourse or any of the on-site restaurants, but are not allowed in the museum’s exhibits.

Dining & Restaurants On-site:  There are restaurants in the Naismith Hall for Fame for dining on-site, and also nearby Springfield Riverfront. Some offer pre-ordered Box Lunches by contacting Hall of Fame for sales at (413) 231-5513. For Lodging and Dining information on their website, click here.

Hours: Open daily all year, 10 AM – 4 PM, except for holidays: Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.  Always check website to see if they modify hours open due to Covid. Check this calendar for early closings of the museum or a particular exhibit for any special events.

Address: 1000 Hall of Fame Ave., Springfield, MA 01105 (124 miles from Poughkeepsie)

Phone: 1-877-446-6752


Berkshire Botanical Garden 

Print on Demand     Season: May 1- Oct. 31, 2021 + Special Events Dec., Feb. & March

Note: Special Events held off season are Holiday Marketplace (Dec. 4 & 5), Winter Lecture (in Feb), free Spring Bulb Show (2-3 weeks in March 2022)

Admits: Four (4) Adults for free, with children under the age of 12 free, from May 1 – Oct 31, 2021, with a Required Timed Entry Reservation made on BBG website for the same date of your Library MAP Pass reservation.  Under “Visit,” click on “Get Tickets,” and select date and the time slot. Under “Library / Museum Pass Holders,” enter the total number of people (pass admits 4 adults and children 12 and under free – add any paid admissions ). Click on Check out, complete the form, check box to agree to terms, and click “Purchase” at no charge. Present Library Pass and reservation information at the Garden Shop when you arrive during your Timed Entry time slot, and stay as long as you want. No tickets or reservations sold on-site, only on the website in advance.  Admission includes 24 acres of gardens, art in the galleries and grounds, self guided audio tour, a free group tour at 11:00 AM each day June 1st – Sept. 1st (departs Visitor Center), and use of buildings and bathrooms.

Note: Garden shop has snacks and beverages, and picnics are permitted with a carry in-carry out policy.  During October, 2021, the Harvest Festival is every weekend — see website for details, music and events.  Tuesdays are free days this 2021 season, with a timed entry reservation. Special events may require admission fees or tickets purchased online, and not accept library passes. See a Map of the Garden. View a Garden album.

Accessibility & Restrictions: Restrooms are open to those with reservations. No tickets sold on-site. The Garden’s 20 acres are generally wheelchair friendly. Terrain varies and some gardens only accessible by stone steps, with viewing areas. Reserve a wheelchair by calling (413) 320 – 4794. Garden seating available.  Picnics are permitted. Dogs not permitted except for registered service animals. No smoking on the grounds.

Tours:  Two types of tours included with admission. A self guided audio highlights 21 places in the garden.  A free group tour is at 11:00 AM each day June 1st – Sept. 1st, and will depart from the  Visitor Center.

Open: Open  May 1 – Oct. 31, from 9 AM – 5 PM daily, plus open for special events year around, noted on their website (such as Holiday Marketplace, Winter Lecture, Spring Bulb Show), and some are free and some may require admission.  The 2021 Harvest Festival (always Sat & Sun of Columbus Day weekend and requires paid admission, no library passes) was cancelled.

Closed: Nov. 1 – April 30, with the exception of Holiday Marketplace (Dec 4 & 5), Feb. Winter Lecture, Spring Bulb Show three weeks in March — these and any other special events at the BBG and noted on the BBG website. Some special events are free, and others may require admission or tickets purchased online.  Some may have timed-entry (even if free due to Covid).

Address: Routes 102 & 183, Stockbridge, MA 01262 (68 miles from Poughkeepsie)

Phone: 413-298-3926


Berkshire Museum
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Admits: 2 adults, 2 children (under age of 18), and children 3 and under free, with a Timed Entry Reservation made by calling the Berkshire Museum’s front desk at (413) 443-7171, ext. 360 to arrange a “Library Pass Reservation” on the date you’d like to visit, and reserve an available time.  Timed visits include 20 minutes in the aquarium, and 25 minutes for the current special exhibition. Please follow their Face Covering Policy, which includes facial masks for everyone 2 and over, and social distancing. Museum does not provide facial masks. Note that when open they close to clean mid-day: 1 hour (1:00 – 2:00 PM) on M, Th, F, Sat. and on Sun. 30 min, 2:00 – 2:30 PM.

Explore from Home: Explore the museum’s digital collections, virtual exhibitions, and virtual events from your home.  In addition, also explore Objects & Their Stories, WeeMuse Programs, and Resources & Tools for educators.  To start exploring, click here.

Highlights: Due to the museum’s founder, Zenas Crane, the Museum has a broad and varied collection of over 40,000 objects from virtually every continent, including important fine art and sculpture to natural science specimens and ancient artifacts. There are Hudson River School paintings, an aquarium, and a “wide cross-section of the world’s wonders” and artifacts from American history. For more “About” the museum, click here.

Hours: Open year around on Mon., Thurs., Fri., Sat.: 10 AM – 5 PM, with 1 hour closure to clean 1:00 – 2:00 PM; and Sundays: Noon – 5:00 PM with 30 minute closure to clean 2:00 – 2:30 PM.

Closed: Tues. & Wed., and Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day.

Address: 39 South Street (Route 7), Pittsfield, MA 01201 (75 miles from Poughkeepsie)

Parking: Free and paid public parking near the museum.Learn more.

Phone: 413-443-7171


Boscobel House and Garden
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Admits: One adult plus 3 guests of any age, with a REQUIRED Timed-Entry Reservation to access the gardens, grounds and woodland trails. The mansion is closed for tours. Library pass holders arrange a Boscobel required Timed-Entry Reservation by emailing Carolyn McShea at  to request a two hour time slot to visit on the date of Library Pass, and enter at the staffed entrance gate. Due to limited capacity in this reopening phase, time slots fill up, so plan ahead. Please follow all COVID-19 policies and visiting information posted on their website here. 

Gardens & Grounds: 68 acres of gardens and grounds, including an apple orchard, formal garden and herb garden. Picnics are carry in-carry out. From their Great Lawn, enjoy Boscobel’s unparalleled view of the Hudson River, Constitution Marsh, and the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. The Frances Stevens Reese Woodland Trail of Discovery offers hikers a tranquil mile through the forest, with river views. Restrooms are at the Visitor Center.  No other buildings are open. 

Open: Friday – Monday, 10 AM to dusk. 

Closed: Tuesday – Thursday, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and January – mid-April. 

Address: 1601 Route 9D, Garrison, NY, 10524 (22 miles from Poughkeepsie) 

Phone: 845-265-3638


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Bronck Museum | Bronck Family Farmstead, Houses, and Barns

Pick Up and Return at Adriance  – June 18 – Oct. 10, 2021 Tours

Admits: 2 Adults and 2 Children. Children under 5 are free. For a guided tour, please make a REQUIRED Reservation on the Bronck Museum website and check-out the reserved Bronck MAP Pass. The 1 hour guided tours are Wed.- Sat. (11 AM, 1 PM and 3 PM) and most Sundays (1 PM and 3 PM). A picnic area and restrooms are available. Masks and social distancing is required. At the Reservation calendar, fill in the “Quantity” of visitors in your group, then click on the date to see tour times available, and complete the reservation. To reserve a tour time, click here.

Bronck Family & Farmstead: The farm land was purchased in 1663 from the native Mohicans. For 276 years, and seven generations, Pieter Bronck’s, and his wife, Hilletje Jans’s descendents passed the farm directly from father to child, until 1939 when it was willed to become the Bronck Museum. To learn more about the Bronck family and farmstead, click here.

Bronck Houses & Barns: This site contains the oldest surviving home in update New York, and the oldest multi-sided barn, with 13 sides. The Bronck Museum complex consists of the 1663 and 1738 dwellings, a kitchen dependency, a Northern European side-aisle barn, a thirteen-sided hay barn and several Victorian agricultural buildings. To learn more about the dwellings and barns, click here.

Restrictions: Library Pass is not valid for special ticketed events which require a ticket purchase. Special Events are held May – December, see website for details.

Open: Wednesdays – Sundays, June 18 – Oct. 10, 2021, except for Sunday, July 4th and 18th.  In 2022, they reopen Sat. May 28, 2022 of Memorial Day weekend.

Closed: Mondays, Tuesdays, Memorial Day, July 4th, Columbus Day, Labor Day, and October 11, 2021 – to May 27, 2022 until new season.

Address: 90 County Route 42, Coxsackie, NY 12051 (50 miles from Poughkeepsie)

Phone: 518-731-6490 (May – October)


Bushnell Park Carousel

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Admits: Four people for free admission and unlimited rides on The Bushnell Park Carousel (Hartford, CT) and to the New England Carousel Museum (unlimited carousel rides) and Museum of Fire History (Bristol, CT) about 30 minutes away.

Highlight: The 1914 vintage carousel, with 48 hand carved wooden horses and two chariots that swirl around a booming Wurlitzer band organ, is housed in a 24 sided pavilion in Bushnell Park in downtown, Hartford, CT.

Hours: Bushnell Park Carousel only: January: Sat. & Sun, 11 – 5 PM; February & March closed; April – June: Sat. & Sun, 11 – 5 PM; July – August: Wed – Sun, 11 – 5 PM; Sept – Nov: Sat. & Sun, 11 – 5 PM; Dec.: Wed – Sun 11 – 5 PM.

See Hours for New England Carousel Museum and Museum of Fire History here.

Closed: Bushnell Park Carousel only: January, M-F. All February & March. April – June, M-F. July-August, Monday & Tuesday. Sept – Nov, M-F, and Dec. Monday & Tuesday. Christmas Day & New Year’s Day. Closed during severe weather.

Address: 1 Jewel St., Hartford, CT 06103 (98 miles from Poughkeepsie).

Address for New England Carousel Museum and Museum of Fire History is 95 Riverside Avenue, Route 72, Bristol CT  06010.

Phone: 860-585-5411


Chesterwood | Home & Studio of sculptor Daniel Chester French

Print on Demand     Season: Sat. May 15 – Mon. Oct. 25, 2021

Admits: Two (2) Admissions, plus children under 13 are always free with an Timed Reservation Booking on their website for the date of the library pass, then selecting a Guided or Self Guided Studio Tour or a Grounds Pass, and selecting the Time Slot  and entering the Promo Code in all capsPOUGHPASS at checkout for each of the two passes that pop up below at no charge (free may be applied to adult, youth, senior or military tickets).  Enter any children (under 13 free) or any additional ticket purchases.  Arrive 30 minutes early to park. Please avoid parking on the lawn or driveway.  At Admissions you’ll check in, use restrooms, and walk to Studio at tour start time. Admissions staff will ask for your PPLD library pass reservation (either printed or displayed on a mobile device), your PPLD library card, and your online timed-entry reservation. When available, booking a reservation may be made on-site. Download maps and guides from your emailed confirmation to use when visiting.  Please wear facial masks for Studio Tours and when you cannot socially distance on the Grounds. To book,  click here.

About Chesterwood: Situated on 122 acres, Chesterwood is the country home, studio and gardens of America’s foremost sculptor of public monuments, Daniel Chester French (1850-1931), creator of the Minute Man and Abraham Lincoln for the Lincoln Memorial.  Non-service dogs not allowed on property.  Download the property map.

Studio:  Built in 1897, Daniel Chester French’s studio boasts a 28 foot high ceiling with a reception room, casting room, workspace and unique railroad track system to view works in natural light. Today it is filled with hundreds of French’s plaster models and tools, including the original 10′ model for the famous Lincoln Memorial statue.  In 2021, the historic residence is currently closed for touring due to renovations.

Introductory Video: Click here, introductory video.

Grounds Only Pass:   Enjoy  the stunning Berkshire mountain views, stroll through the formal gardens, venture onto the Woodland Walk, veer off to climb the Ledges Trail, and end with a  picnic on the tables in the former apple orchard. Starting July 10th, the annual outdoor contemporary show will be on view on the grounds.  Note Restrictions that the Grounds Only ticket does not allow entry into the Studio or the permanent collections at the Barn Gallery.

Restrictions:  No food or beverages sold, but you may bring a picnic. The PPLD Library Pass does not apply to special events.  See their calendar for many special events and exhibitions. Grounds Only Pass does not allow entry into the Studio or the permanent collections in the Barn Gallery.

Hours: Open Thursdays – Sundays, 10 AM – 5 PM, Sat. May 15 through Mon. Oct. 25, 2021.  Chesterwood will be closed  until it reopens in May, 2022.

Physical Address: 4 Williamsville Rd, Stockbridge, MA (70 miles from Poughkeepsie.)  It is just off Route 183 in Glendale section of Stockbridge, MA.

GPS Address: Follow these directions as Chesterwood advises that Google maps and some GPS systems’ directions are incorrect and will lead you to single-lane dirt roads.

Phone: 413-298-3579


Children’s Museum of Science and TechnologyTemporarily Closed due to Pandemic. Will Re-Open.
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Admits: 2 adults and all dependent children under the age of 18.

Restrictions: Does not apply to discounts on birthday parties.

Closed: Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day.

Address: 250 Jordan Road, Troy, NY 12180 (85 miles from Poughkeepsie)

Phone: 518-235-2120


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Danbury Railway Museum

Print on DemandOpen Weekends Starting July 3rd & 4th, 2021 from 10am – 4pm.  Grand Reopening Weekend Only — Free Entry & Train Rides for Everyone July 3rd & 4th!

Admits: Free general admission for 6 people. Children under 3 are free. Facial masks or face coverings are required in the museum, and aboard the trains, even if you are fully vaccinated. See all COVID-19 Protocols on their website, hereOpen Sat. & Sun. only, 10 AM – 4 PM, which may change later. No timed entry reservations. Some areas have capacity limits. Not valid for free admission if special events, then $1 off per person in group. See website for special events & price. Trains are not wheelchair accessible due to age. Train rides, if available, are an additional charge. Water fountains and interactive exhibits are closed. Model train layouts now have foot pedal controls, and not push button controls.

Restrictions: Not valid for free admission on days there are special events at a special price. On special event days, the pass holder will receive $1 off Event Admission for each member in their party. Water fountains and interactive exhibits are closed.

Train Rides: Train rides, when available, are an additional charge, except when advertised differently.

Hours: Open weekends, Sat. & Sun., 10 AM – 4 PM, starting July 3rd & 4th, 2021.  Open July 4th holiday in 2021. Check their website or call to see if Train Rides are available weekends.

Closed: In 2021, Closed until July 2nd.  Reopening July 3rd for weekends only until further notice.  In past years, they were closed on these holidays  — not sure for 2021: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, President’s Day, Easter, July 4th, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day.

Address: 120 White Street, Danbury, CT 06810 (43 miles from Poughkeepsie)

Phone: 203-778-8337


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Admits: Two (2) Adult tickets at discounted price of $15.00 each with PPLD Library Card OR Two (2) $ 5.00 Student tickets for (must show PPLD Library Card and current Student ID) OR a combination of 1 Adult ($15.00) and 1 Student ticket ($5.00).

Instructions: Confirm show schedule prior to reserving through our MAP Pass system. From MAP Pass reservation system, select your date and process your MAP Pass reservation as normal, then call the Theatre Box Office to Reserve Your Tickets for Date and Time of Performance. Reservations for these discounted tickets must be made prior to arrival by calling the Box Office at: (845) 303-4136.  Check in at Box Office at least 30 min. prior to performance (You will need to show your PPLD Library Card. n No printed tickets are required from the Theater). Seating is available 30 minutes prior to showtime.  All seating is OPEN SEATING.  Out of respect to audience, once the performance has begun, there is NO LATE SEATING.

Box Office Hours: Wednesday through Saturday: Noon – 5:00 PM and an hour prior to performances, Wed – Sat, open at 7:00 PM; Sundays, open Noon – 2:00 PM. Showtimes are Wednesday through Saturday at 8:00 PM, Sunday matinees at 2:00 PM.

Information or questions: please call (845) 303-4136 or visit

Address: Located in back of the Water Street Market, 10 Main Street, Suite 501, in New Paltz, NY. (12 Miles from Poughkeepsie)